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Holmside Hall Wind Farm

Holmside Hall Wind Farm
The two turbines of Holmside Hall
Holmside Hall Wind Farm is located in County Durham
Holmside Hall Wind Farm
Location of Holmside Hall Wind Farm
Country England, United Kingdom
Location Stanley, County Durham
Status Operational
Commission date May 2004
Owner(s) E.ON UK
Wind farm
Avg. site elevation 722 ft
Power generation
Units operational 2 × 2.75 MW
Make and model NEG Micon
Nameplate capacity 5.5 MW

Holmside Hall Wind Farm is a wind farm near Stanley, County Durham, England. Owned and operated by E.ON UK, the farm has a nameplate capacity of 5.5MW, containing two NM80 turbines each rated at 2.75 MW.[1]

At the time of construction, which was delayed due to high winds, the turbines were the largest and most powerful in the UK.[2]


  1. ^ "UKWED Operational wind farms".  
  2. ^ "Ironically, wind conditions delay turbines".  

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