Yorkshire Windpower has two assets, Ovenden Moor and Royd Moor. EPR owns 50% of the company, the remainder is owned by Powergen.
Ovenden Moor windfarm comprises 23 turbines with a maximum output of 9.2MW. The windfarm is located on Hollin Hill, near to Warley Moor reservoir at a height of about 440 metres above sea level, approximately 5km North West of Halifax and close to the village of Wainstalls. Ovenden has been operational since June 1993 and was completed with financial assistance from the EU under its Thermie programme, which aims to develop new energy technologies.
Royd Moor windfarm is located at Penistone, South Yorkshire and consists of thirteen 500kW turbines with a maximum output of 6.5MW. The site is located approximately 6km north west of Penistone, above the A616 trunk road between Sheffield and Manchester. The turbines are set in two parallel, staggered rows of six and seven, on a ridge in hilly fell land lying 320m above sea level.