High profile wind farm goes on sale in Wales

Two turbines at the Moel Maelogan wind farm in Wales, the first Welsh wind farm to be built and owned by farmers which was hailed as the future of renewables at its official opening in 2003, have been put on the market.

Moel Maelogan comprises three turbines and the two currently being sold are owned by Cwmni Gwynt Teg Ltd and the remaining turbine is owned by Energiekontor UK Ltd.

Since it became operational in 2003 the two turbines have generated on average over seven million kw hours of electricity a year, enough for around 1,500 homes, according to marketing agents Savills Energy.

Source: PropertyWire.com