SSE Renewables

have delayed

this application

see their statement

26 March 2013 here

 

Stop the spin! Come and sign the latest e-petition here!

 

where when how to object campaign against protest say no to nant y moch pumlumon plynlimon cambrian mountains wind farm turbines planning application proposal plans pylons in montgomeryshire shropshire powys substation hub in abermule cefn coch

  

find out the right time and how to object to Nant y Moch windfarm turbines planning application proposal to the Planning Inspectorate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The magnificent wilderness around Nant y Moch  and Pumlumon 

in the  Cambrian Mountains is highly cherished: a truly sacred

and exquisite jewel

 

But this world class countryside faces a shabby, shameful threat

 

A planning application is expected by SSE Renewables  to build

a large wind power station around Nant y Moch near Plynlimon in

the Cambrian Mountains

 

 

 

 PROTECT this!                              say no to this!

 

Plynlimon near Nant y Moch, the Cambrian Mountains, Wales - copyright Jules Montgomery                  World Class Cymru, World Class Carnage - image copyright David J Glaves

 

copyright Jules Montgomery                                                   copyright David J Glaves

 

 

PROTECT this!

 

Nant y Moch from Craig y Pistyll

 

 

 

say no to this!

 

Nant y Moch from Craig y Pistyll - how it would look with a Wind Power Station - but you'd also get individual access roads excavated and constructed for each single turbine - and a massive concrete slab poured in to the hillside for every single turbine

 

artists impression

 

 

and say no to this . . .           and this . . .                  and this!

 

pylons in the countryside - copyright Ben Salter       electricity pylons in the countryside - copyright Ian Dyer       electricity pylons in the countryside - copyright Ben Salter

   

copyright Ben Salter                            copyright Ian Dyer                               copyright Ben Salter

 

 

So what have pylons got to do with it?

The developers think that the wilderness around Nant y Moch would be a good place to construct an industrial wind power station and erect an array of massive wind turbines.  Any electricity generated

would be taken away from Wales, transported for miles along pylons and overhead cables and then fed to the National Grid in England because they want the electricity

 

 

 

And what would that mean?

Abermule or Cefn Coch - construction of 20 acre approx substation hub

 

 

 

Montgomeryshire, Powys, Shropshire - erection of huge pylons and miles of overhead power cables

 

 

 

Get more info and plans here