Located on the plateau of Mynydd Brombil, the wind farm will consist of four Gamesa G80 wind turbines.

The project will make a contribution to the UK’s target of 15% of energy coming from renewable sources and the Welsh Assembly Government’s target of 7TWh being produced annually by 2020.

Construction

Construction at Mynydd Brombil wind farm will include access tracks, a temporary construction compound, crane hard-standing platforms, the substation and underground cabling.

Wind turbine delivery will run from 27th June through to 14th July.

Please notes these dates are subject to change due to changing weather conditions – we will keep this website up-to-date if we anticipate any changes to the below schedule. 

We do not anticipate any road closures for turbine delivery, however there will be some temporary parking limitation along Neath Road and Bridgend Road, and only on delivery days.

Temporary Parking Restrictions will be in place on the B4282 Neath Road and B4282 Bridgend Road on the below dates:

Bridgend Road between Talgarth Street and Duke Street
‘No parking’ cones will be placed on the street where temporary parking restrictions will apply. 

Tuesday 28th June 2016
Wednesday 29th June 2016
Friday 1st of July 2016
Saturday 2nd July 2016
Tuesday 5th of July 2016
Friday 8th of July 2016
Saturday 9th July 2016
Monday 11th of July 2016
Tuesday 12th of July 2016

Neath Road between Brynmawr Place to Salisbury Road
‘No parking’ cones will be placed on the street where temporary parking restrictions will apply.

Monday 27th of June 2016
Tuesday 28th June 2016
Wednesday 29th June 2016
Thursday 30th June 2016
Friday 1st of July 2016
Saturday 2nd July 2016
Monday 4th of July 2016
Tuesday 5th of July 2016
Friday 8th of July 2016
Saturday 9th July 2016
Monday 11th of July 2016
Tuesday 12th of July 2016
Wednesday 13th of July 2016
Thursday 14th July 2016

We anticipate that we will begin generating safe, clean renewable energy this summer.

Community Benefit Fund

We always look to ensure that the local community shares the financial benefits of having a wind farm in the area.

A community fund of £40,000 per year will be available for good causes local to the wind farm. We believe that local people should decide how this money is spent so we would love to hear your ideas for local projects that the fund could support.

Please contact info@regpower.co.uk if you would like any further information.