UK power is generated from coal, nuclear, biofuel, several minor providers … and wind. Here we present some of the information which is available, showing where our main supplies come from.
Until early 2015 RWE produced a useful web page showing how much power each of their wind farms was generating. No doubt to save embarrassment about the number of times the product was either zero or negative (they were net consumers of power) this page has been removed from the RWE web site.
Nuclear Average:7.2GW (20%) Wind Average 1.8GW (5%)
This website produces a limited analysis of the renewable generation sites across the UK: in total over 5000 locations. It’s a bit short on Anglesey and consequently it must be assumed that it shows only a subset of the sites across the country.