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Tilt Renewables Dundonnell Wind Farm

6 Oct 2020

On the 5th October 2020, an incident occurred at the Dundonnell Wind Farm where a single blade separated from the hub of a turbine and fell to the ground.

There were no injuries caused by the incident and there is no damage to any other property or wind turbines to report.

All wind turbines at the site are currently removed from service whilst an investigation and assessment of the damage is undertaken.

A root cause analysis will be completed in conjunction with the wind turbine manufacturer, Vestas, which will inform the assurance process on the other turbines prior to these being returned to service.

Appropriate commercial and contractual provisions are in place to mitigate the effects of an incident of this nature and at this time it is not expected to materially impact the business.

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Deion Campbell
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