In Energy Voice yesterday:
‘Developers of a controversial Moray windfarm claim the project will create hundreds of local jobs, while adding almost £27 million to the local economy. Force 9 Energy, project developers of Clash Gour Windfarm, yesterday announced the submission of an application to the Scottish Government for construction of the site. A subsidiary of EDP Renewables, the onshore windfarm will also create a jobs boom during the three-year construction phase.’
This announcement comes in the slipstream of a great deal of good news about wind power:
Scotland’s wind energy smashes through 100% threshold but fails to bother BBC Scotland
BBC Scotland have only murder on their minds as Scotland’s wind turbines produce enough power on one day to power three times more homes than we have!
First UK wind turbine repair and recycling centre opens in Scotland
Once more Scotland has the wind in its favour
Sorted! Enough wind power for 87% of Scottish homes in August
First subsidy-free onshore wind farm for Scotland?
Scotland’s world-first offshore wind farm electricity to cost less than half that of Hinkley Point C nuclear and has ability to withstand hurricanes.
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