Na i Beilonau Dyffryn Tywi - No to Dyffryn Tywi Pylons

Na i Beilonau Dyffryn Tywi - No to Dyffryn Tywi Pylons!

Rwy’n siŵr eich bod yn ymwybodol erbyn hyn o’r cynlluniau gan Bute Energy i sefydlu coridor o beilonau a gwifrau trydan yn cysylltu fferm wynt yn y Canolbarth i’r Grid Cenedlaethol, a hynny drwy Ddyffryn Tywi.

Mae’r cynnig hwn wedi creu cryn dipyn o ofid yn yr ardal leol, oherwydd ei effaith gweledol ar y dyffryn, sydd yn enwog am ei harddwch a’i dirwedd brydferth.

Tra ein bod yn llawn sylweddoli’r angen am fwy o ynni adnewyddadwy, rydym o’r farn bod modd cludo’r ynni yma drwy wifrau o dan y ddaear, a fyddai’n sicrhau ffynhonnell newydd o egni gwyrdd tra hefyd yn parchu’r gymuned leol a threftadaeth yr ardal.

Arwyddwch ein deiseb, sy’n galw ar osod y gwifrau yma dan y ddaear, a dangoswch nad ydym yn barod i dderbyn peilonau ar hyd Dyffryn Tywi.

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You may be aware of the proposals by Bute Energy to establish a corridor of energy pylons and cables from a wind farm in Mid Wales, going through the Tywi Valley to join the National Grid.

This has caused significant concerns in the local area, as this would have a significant visual impact on the valley, which is renowned for its natural beauty and stunning, picturesque landscape.

Whilst recognising the need for increased renewable energy sources, we believe that transmission of this energy can be achieved by placing these cables underground, which would ensure a new source of green energy and respect the local area’s communities and their heritage.

Sign our petition for the undergrounding of these cables and help us demonstrate the strength of opposition to the proposed pylon route in the Tywi Valley.

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  • Allyson Rogers
    signed 2023-04-28 13:12:22 +0100
    There is no reason these cables cannot go underground
  • Lynfa Fisher
    signed 2023-04-27 16:46:32 +0100
    Peidiwch a newid y Cwm hyfryd hyn
  • Russell Thomas
    signed via 2023-04-27 15:46:19 +0100
  • Candace Browne
    signed via 2023-04-27 15:31:56 +0100
    No to pylons
  • Maryeluned Davies
    signed via 2023-04-27 14:52:53 +0100
  • Eleanor Breen
    signed 2023-04-27 12:09:39 +0100
  • Helen Brooks
    signed 2023-04-25 23:49:48 +0100
  • Robert Leyshon
    signed 2023-04-24 15:46:02 +0100
  • Aimee Gilasbey
    signed 2023-04-24 15:12:05 +0100
  • Iris Brember
    signed 2023-04-24 12:34:32 +0100
  • Dorothy Wilson
    signed via 2023-04-23 14:45:17 +0100
    I’m 88 don’t you dare spoil Wales.

    While the petition is great some of us elderly people don’t use email so I have asked a family member if I can use theirs.
  • Karen Jarvis
    signed 2023-04-23 08:35:22 +0100
  • Jane Jones
    signed 2023-04-22 08:26:48 +0100
  • Manon James
    signed 2023-04-20 20:29:32 +0100
  • Liam Kealy
    signed 2023-04-20 16:44:24 +0100
  • Andrea Jackman
    signed 2023-04-20 08:45:59 +0100
  • Pauline Hill
    signed 2023-04-19 21:24:50 +0100
  • Peggy Lin
    signed via 2023-04-19 20:02:30 +0100
    Always protect the environment and the natural landscape – nationally and internationally
  • Sian Spare
    signed 2023-04-16 09:56:15 +0100
    The only reason pylons are being considered rather than underground cables seems to be cost to the company, at the expense of the beauty of the environment, wildlife, tourism, health and inhabitants. Pylons are not necessary. Sustainability and viability should be about the needs of local communities and environments, and not short term cost/profit driven. For the council to consider ending the minimum protection the environment currently has, is at the very least ignorant in its timing.
  • Beth Whitaker
    signed via 2023-04-14 17:10:00 +0100
    The Towy Valley is a place of natural beauty and teaming with precious wildlife, we are custodians for its future and pilons should NOT under any circumstances be erected! There are other options.
  • Patrick Whitaker
    signed 2023-04-14 15:32:17 +0100
    Llandovrey presentation was a joke, all the greengen employees lived in England apart from one guy from Cardiff. They admitted their investors would make more money if the pylon proposal went through instead of burying the cables. Absolutely disgusting.
  • Jesse Woodrow
    signed via 2023-04-12 15:09:21 +0100
  • William Davies
    signed via 2023-04-12 15:03:03 +0100
  • Alison Jackson
    signed via 2023-04-11 18:16:13 +0100
  • Robert Bullen-Whatling
    signed 2023-04-11 11:49:54 +0100
  • Soumen Basak
    signed via 2023-04-10 23:05:04 +0100
    Green energy is a great idea especially when it is sensitively and carefully planned… not at the detriment of the beautiful countryside. There is a better way.
  • Jill Davies
    signed via 2023-04-10 21:50:17 +0100
  • Martin Burgess
    signed 2023-04-10 17:49:30 +0100
    The power should be connected to the grid by the shortest routes, either south to the east of Abergavenny or due east, connecting to the west of Birmingham.
  • David Fowler
    signed 2023-04-10 15:56:36 +0100
    The proposed pylon route passes right through an area of the Crychan Forest where I currently monitor the presence of dormice. This is an environmentally sensitive area inhabited by dormice which are a protected species.
  • Jenny Mccall
    signed via 2023-04-10 14:29:07 +0100

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