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Case Studies

Since 2010, we have installed a total of 29 medium scale wind turbines to date on farms in Cornwall, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Suffolk, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Click on any of our case studies below to read about these projects:

Earlsway Farm, Bramfield, Suffolk

Earlsway Farm, Bramfield, Suffolk

Richard and Debbie Symes run an award-winning arable farm located in the scenic village of Bramfield in Suffolk. The couple are passionate about farming, conservation and the natural landscape with the farm recently receiving a highly commended ‘Natural E...
Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese Farm, Lincolnshire, UK

Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese Farm, Lincolnshire, UK

The electricity from the 275kW Vergnet turbine enables Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese to generate enough electricity to meet the needs of the farm and to sell back to the grid, providing a high return on investment.
McFarland's Farm, Tyrone, Northern Ireland

McFarland's Farm, Tyrone, Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland medium wind energy developer Simple Power exclusively uses Vergnet’s GEV MP R 250kW, 32m hub height wind turbines for its on-going wind energy development on Northern Ireland farms like Noel McFarland’s.
New Holbeck Farm, Halam, Nottinghamshire

New Holbeck Farm, Halam, Nottinghamshire

Ian Sharman and his family rare renowned locally for their 430‐strong herd of French Montbeliarde cows. Ian was keen to explore ways to help manage the high costs involved in dairy farming and installed a Vergnet GEV MPC 250kW turbine on his land. ...
Park House Farm, Desford, Leicestershire

Park House Farm, Desford, Leicestershire

Paul Hilyer farms 400 acres and a growing herd of 300 sows at Park House Farm, Desford in Leicester. Whilst his busy farm is thriving, like many farmers, Paul has been impacted by rising feed costs, declining farm‐gate prices, extreme weather and increasing e...
Ruchlaw Farm, East Lothian

Ruchlaw Farm, East Lothian

Father and son pig farmers, James and Jamie Wyllie (J&J Wyllie) saw diversification through wind energy as an attractive investment for their agricultural business and recognised the potential of wind energy. The electricity from the 275kW Vergnet...