Planning permission has been recommended for the green energy facility near Hill Lane, which is not far from Oldbury power station, the BBC has reported.
The new 10MW site would generate electricity that could power the equivalent of 5,500 homes.
Sophie Nioche, development manager at Wind Prospect, commented: "Issues around security of energy supply, greenhouse gas emissions and climate change mean that the need for renewables is becoming increasingly more urgent.
"Having balanced all the issues and taken into account all comments that have been made on the application, the planning officers have decided that this is a suitable location for wind turbines," she added.
Meanwhile, the government has launched the details of its Renewable Heat Incentive, which will encourage more householders to take up green energy generation.
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