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Three of Taylor Woodrow's windfarms are out of action after gales destroyed four turbines at its 24 turbine site at Cammaes, mid-Wales last month.Two other sites at Llangwyryfon in mid-Wales and Cold Northcott in Cornwall were also shut down to avoid any risks.The shut-downs are a double blow to Taylor Woodrow. Not only is it losing £700,000 a month in revenue, but its own wind energy subsidiary supplied the equipment.The sites were developed by a joint venture with National Power ...

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