Solar farm plans set to go under the spotlight
4:26pm Monday 10th September 2012 in News
Applications for two major solar farm developments at opposite ends of Pembrokeshire are due to go before the county councils planning committee tomorrow morning (Tuesday).
The larger of the two applications at Clawddcam, Mathry seeks permission to erect 35,000 solar panels and associated works with a capability to produce as much as 7.5 megawatts of energy on 17 hectares of land.
The application for land south of Jordanston Farm, St Florence is for 20,680 fixed photovoltaic cells on 10.7 hectares of land, that would be able to produce 4.96 megawatts of energy.
Both applications are recommended for approval.