|Location||West Somerton, Norfolk|
|Project scope||10 turbines|
|Turbine height||30m to hub|
Blood Hill Wind Farm is our smallest development. It can generate enough power to supply over 1000 homes, displacing the emission of 2542 tonnes of carbon dioxide annually.
The wind farm has been operating since December 1992 and took just under four months to construct in a project involving local contractors. In 2005 it saved around 15 tonnes of sulphur dioxide and five tonnes of oxides of nitrogen from being released into the atmosphere.
The site covers an area of 3 hectares, but less than 1% of this land is taken up by the turbines and access tracks.