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Collett starts Clocaenog Forest deliveries

Collett & Sons is handling the delivery of turbine components for Innogy’s Clocaenog Forest onshore wind farm in north Wales. 

The Vestas V105 turbine components are being transported from Ellesmere port to the project site. The wind farm will feature 27 turbines, each with a hub height of 92.5 m. 

Travelling the 70 mile (112.7 km) route through Chester, Wrexham, Llangollen, Corwen and Pentrefoelas, each of the turbine towers, blades and nacelles are being delivered to site in line with the construction schedule.

Collett is responsible for all port handling as well as the heavy lift and transport operations. Deliveries are scheduled to run through to June 2019, with the wind farm scheduled for completion in October 2019. 

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