Feltwell, J. 2014a. Solar farms: gain or grain? Solar Business Focus UK. Volume 11 – 2014. p.40-41.
Feltwell, J. 2014b Observations on the effects of photovoltaic solar panels on invertebrates at Ebbsfleet Farm, Sandwich, Kent 2010-2012. The Newsletter of The Kent Field Club. Number 79. February 2014. p.4-17.
John Feltwell is pleased to announce that he is now a Chartered Ecologist with the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM)!
Publications on solar arrays and biodiversity by John Feltwell
Feltwell, J. 2013a. Are photovoltaic solar arrays an influencing factor in avian mortality? The Newsletter of The Kent Field Club. February 2013. Number 77, p.18-27.
Feltwell, J. 2013b Solar Farms and Biodiversity. Guest blog on Solar Power Portal. 16 September 2013. http://www.solarpowerportal.co.uk/guest_blog/solar_farms_and_biodiversity_2356
Feltwell, J. 2013c Résumé of solar farms in England and Wales. Briefing given at National Trust roundtable, 17 September 2013. http://www.solar-trade.org.uk/solarFarms.cfm
Feltwell, J. 2013d. Solar farms for bumblebees. Buzzword, The Bumblebee Conservation Trust’s Members Newsletter. November 2013. Issue 23, p.13-14.
Feltwell, J. 2013e. Biodiversity on solar farms – building tomorrow’s solar farms. Solar Business Focus UK. Volume 10 – 2013. 6-7.
One of over 60 solar farms successfully integrated into the countryside where Wildlife Matters assisted with all ecological issues: Ebbsfleet, nr. Sandwich, East Kent.