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  • Wobben v Vestas-Celtic Wind Technology Ltd, Court of Appeal - Patents Court, November 14, 2007, [2007] EWHC 2636 (Pat)

    1. This is an action for infringement of four patents relating to various aspects of wind turbine technology. The claimant and patentee, Mr Aloys Wobben, is the owner and Managing Director of Enercon GmbH (Enercon). Mr Wobben founded Enercon in 1984 and it is now a major manufacturer of wind turbines and the market leader in Germany. The defendant

    ...The claimant and patentee, Mr Aloys Wobben, is the owner and Managing Director of Enercon GmbH (Enercon). Mr Wobben founded Enercon in 1984 and it is now a major manufacturer of wind ... Danish company, Vestas Wind Energy Systems A/S, which is the largest manufacturer of wind turbines in the world. 2. Originally four patents were in issue but one, European Patent (UK) No 1,282,774, ...

  • Holder v Gedling Borough Council, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, December 02, 2016, [2016] EWHC 3095 (Admin)

    1. This case concerns a challenge to the reasoning set out in an Officer's Report (``the Report''), which recommended to a planning committee (``the Committee'') that they approve permission for a 50 metre high turbine on a farm within 120 metre of a bridleway. The case, at base, concerns the rationality of the reasons of the relevant planning offi...

    ... Written Ministerial Statement of 18th June 2015 on proposed wind energy developments. . 2. There is before the Court a claim for ... is a member of Woodborough and Calverton Against Turbines (``WACAT''). Planning permission was originally granted by GBC on ... to the retention of a single medium size wind turbine (an Enercon E33) with a generating capacity of 330kw. The turbine has a hub ...

  • Holder, R (on the application of) v Gedling Borough Council, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, June 12, 2013, [2013] EWHC 1611 (Admin)

    1. Christopher Holder, the Claimant, challenges the decision of Gedling Borough Council, the Defendant, to grant planning permission to Mr and Mrs Charles-Jones, the Interested Party, for a wind turbine. The Claimant objected to the application and is a member of Woodborough and Calverton Against Turbines (``WACAT''). 2. Planning permission 2011/0...

    ... to Mr and Mrs Charles-Jones, the Interested Party, for a wind turbine. The Claimant objected to the application and is a r of Woodborough and Calverton Against Turbines (``WACAT''). 2. Planning permission 2011/0523 was granted by the ... 2011/0523 and relate to the wind turbine model Enercon E-33 as specified in the above planning application. If the ...

  • Wright, R (on the application of) v Forest of Dean District Council & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, June 09, 2016, [2016] EWHC 1349 (Admin)

    1. This case concerns the question of whether or not an element of the package of socio-economic benefits associated with a wind turbine development, in the form of a local community donation based on turnover generated by the wind turbine, amounts to a material consideration which it was lawful for the defendant to take into account when granting

    ... of the package of socio-economic benefits associated with a wind turbine development, in the form of a local community donation ...The preferred turbine option is the Enercon E53 turbine or Powerwind 500 (or similar). The turbine will be of ... in the decision-making process for onshore wind turbines as well as the community receiving more in the way of benefits ...

  • Jones v Mordue & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, December 03, 2015, [2015] EWCA Civ 1243

    1. This appeal relates to planning permission granted by an Inspector (Mr John Braithwaite) for the erection of a single freestanding wind turbine with associated hard standing, access road and electricity sub-station on land at Poplars Farm, Wappenham, Towcester. The land is owned by the appellant. The respondent is chairperson of a local group of...

    ... John Braithwaite) for the erection of a single freestanding wind turbine with associated hard standing, access road and ...22. The candidate turbine, an Enercon E53, is rated at 0.8 MW but would be operated to produce no more ...'s application for planning permission to erect wind turbines in a location where this would have a detrimental effect on the ...