Slieveglass is a 6.9MW wind farm which consists of three Enercon E70 turbines. Situated between the villages of Killen and Drumquin, it operates a joint community benefit fund with the nearby Cornavarrow wind farm. The joint fund will provide £2.4 million in community grants over the 25-year lifetime of the two sites.
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Cornavarrow and Slieveglass Community Benefit Fund
We want local people to see and feel the benefit of renewable energy through our community benefit funds, which support community groups, voluntary organisations and environmental projects situated near our wind farms.
We have set up a joint Cornavarrow and Slieveglass community benefit fund, which is administered by the Fermanagh Trust on behalf of Energia. Last year, the fund supported 16 local community projects to the tune of over £100,000.
Working with schools
It’s breath-taking to see a wind turbine up close. The Hollyford Wind Farm Operations team are happy to facilitate school visits or classroom talks on wind energy:
If you have any questions about any of our operational wind farms, development sites, bioenergy plants or renewable energy projects, please contact our Community Liaison Officer by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone +44 78804 32201.