The Week St Mary scheme in numbers
Good Energy is proposing 11 wind turbines for Week St Mary that if built would produce enough to power 13,600 homes.
When built, the turbines would have a tip height of 125metres, more than four times the height of the 30metre village church and more than twice the height of Nelson's column.
The first public consultation by the energy company was attended by 300 people in February, with the second taking place yesterday.
Good Energy has set aside a raft of community benefits including the creation of a social investment fund worth £50,600 per year (rising with inflation) for the anticipated 25-year life of the project.
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It would also include the introduction of Good Energy's local electricity tariff for households within 5km of the site, which the company pioneered at Delabole in a UK first.
The tariff will always be 20% cheaper than Good Energy's own standard certified electricity tariff.
The company has also committed to building an outdoor learning centre in the community.