Residents in Northamptonshire have pledged to raise £40,000 to fight the construction of five wind turbines.
Some of those living close to Spring Farm Ridge near Helmdon have been fighting plans for a windfarm there for years. They now want to fund a judicial review of the decision to approve them.
Energy Secretary Ed Davey has announced proposals to give government grants to communities where wind turbines are built.
The move is designed to compensate people living close to Windfarms who often object to the schemes.
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Centrica, the parent company of British Gas, has been given the go ahead to develop a gas field off the North Norfolk coast
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Plans for a straw fuelled Biomass plant near Snetterton in Norfolk have been approved.
The plant will produce enough power for the equivalent of more than 60,000 homes, by burning mostly cereal and oliseed rape straw.
Once the details are finalised, construction is likely to start next spring, lasting around 2 and a half years.
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