Delabole Windfarm Community Fund


Bluefield are now the owners of the Delabole windfarm and have said that the grant scheme will continue. This will be administered by a Delabole group in conjunction with Grantscape 

The next round of the Delabole Windfarm Community Funding of £11000 is  released in December of each year

Good Energy and the Committee are particularly looking for innovative projects that build upon the community’s existing social, economic or environmental sustainability.

Past funding has provided help for Delabole Carnival Committee, North Cornwall Riding for the Disabled, St John’s Church, Medrose Chapel, Delabole School Bike Track, St Piran’s Play school the Delabole Hospital Car Service and Delabole Christmas Lights

Guidelines for funding and an application form is available for downloading below and should be sent to The Delabole Wind Farm Community Fund at 45 Medrose, Delabole or by e-mail to

Funding Guidelines
Funding Application Form
The application form is a fillable Adobe.pdf, and can be opened in Adobe Reader so you are able to type into the boxes, save it and email it to

PLEASE NOTE The Application forms should be sent to not

Good Energy launches wind farm community fund

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Good Energy’s four new turbines at Delabole have been up and running for almost a year; to celebrate, the 100% renewable electricity supplier is launching its community fund. The wind farm is now generating enough electricity to supply around 20% of Good Energy’s 27,000 customers with clean, green electricity, and saving around 13,000 tonnes of CO2 each year: quite an achievement.
The fund will provide around £9000 per year to be spent on projects that benefit the community of Delabole. Applications for this year’s fund will need to be in by the end of January. Details of future application deadlines will be available from the Delabole website. 
Good Energy’s founder and CEO, Juliet Davenport, said: “The people of Delabole have always been very supportive of the wind farm, and we think they deserve to share the benefits of having a wind farm in their midst, so we’re really pleased to be launching this fund and giving something back to the community.”
In order to ensure the fund puts the interests of the Delabole community to the fore, Good Energy has invited local representatives to form a committee who will decide how the money is allocated. Application forms can be downloaded below or obtained from Chris Hore