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Berry Burn Wind Farm (Wind , Agreed/Planning)
Location in the UK : Scotland, Elgin, Moray Latitude /Longitude: 57.4 / -3.6(rounded) Type of installation: Wind on/offshore: on Turbines :29 Capacity : 78.3 MW Technology : Bonus 82 2.3 Approx Date of 1st power generation: Early 2014
The wind farm consists of 29 wind turbines with a maximum installed capacity of 78.3 megawatts and will be located on the slopes of Carn Kitty and Carn Ghiubhais, approximately 12 km south of Forres, in the Moray Council area.
The project has been developed by Force 9 Energy in partnership with Catamount Energy Limited (CEL), who will be the owner of Berry Burn Wind Farm.
Statkraft’s £70m wind farm in Scottish Highlands The Norwegian firm has already started construction work on the 66.7MW BERRY BURN Wind Farm near Inverness, which will include a total of 29 wind turbines, each with an output of 2.3MW.
Source: eln, Date and Time of entry: 12 December 2012 00:00