Endurance Wind Power (UK) Limited – In Administration

Endurance Energy Mftg (UK) Ltd – In Administration

The affairs, business and property of Endurance Wind Power (UK) Limited and Endurance Energy MFTG (UK) Limited are being managed by Sarah O’Toole and Eddie Williams, appointed as Joint Administrators on 30 November 2016. The Joint Administrators act as agents of the Companies and without personal liability.


Rory Greaves, Crown & Bottomley Farm

“They have barely stopped turning since they were installed,”

“The two turbines on Crown Farm produced in excess of 368,000 kWh of electricity in their first eight months, while the turbines on Bottomley Farm have produced more than 175,000 kWh in their first five months.”

Mark Gale, Melton Meat Ltd

“The turbine is on target to pay for itself within five years, after which we’ll have free power for at least another 15 years. It has added to the business’ overall efficiency levels and futureproofed us against rising energy costs.”

Bryan Davies, Synod Uchaf

“We wanted a turbine which would have a minimal impact on those around us and chose to work with Fine Energy and Endurance because they clearly understood our needs as farmers and the interests of the local community.”

“The turbine is creating a sustainable future for the farm and is also a valued teaching resource for the local primary school.”

“It’s the farm’s most profitable piece of land.”

Emyr Davies, Triol Bach

“Diversification is the current buzzword in UK farming and we wanted to find a way of generating a new income stream which would contribute to the farm’s cash flow and also allow us to invest in the farm’s infrastructure.”

“Wind turbines take almost no land out of agricultural production so they seemed to be perfect for our needs.”

“They fit well into their surround and are quiet” Emyr explains in describing his E3120, stating the local residents “simply view turbines as part of the agricultural landscape.”

“In my opinion every dairy farm with a consistent supply of wind should have its own turbine to reduce electricity costs and earn an extra income. They have brought long-term financial security to our farm and have helped to future-proof the business against increasing energy prices.”

David Eyles, Treworgan Farm

“David says that the main benefit of having the Endurance 50kW wind turbine was the increase in financial stability which would help him provide his children with the very best they would need to start in life.”

Dave Morgan, Pockthorpe Farm

“The figures looked attractive from a return on investment point of view, we also wanted to introduce a wind turbine to our farm to add to the farm’s diversification.”“Endurance has more history and we felt more confident in what the E-3120 said it could do”.

Dave is currently in the planning process for an Endurance X29 225KW wind turbine. He plans to use the additional energy generated by the larger Endurance machine to continue managing his growing energy needs.

Jonathan Sharp, Tewitt Hall Farm

“It is nice to be able to show people what the turbines doing and how many houses needs it has produced. It was especially nice to be able to keep an eye on it from the other side of the world when on holiday in Argentina in early 2013!”

“We’d heard good things about the Endurance machine, including its ability to make best use of the wind available … it has the best power curve in its class and came highly recommended from a number of existing users.”

Mark Smale, Bason Farm

“The E3120 has a certain proven reliability and has been used in its current form for two to three years”.

Richard Bray, Grogarth Farm

“The turbine was performing so well” that Richard decided to take the plunge and purchase a second Endurance turbine.

James Mutton, Burlerrow Farm

“People were amazed at how quiet it was” … it gave me “confidence that the Endurance turbine was the right turbine.”