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Renewable Energy Resources in the UK
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New 22-turbine Highlands wind farm to generate 9m a year in community benefits
The Scot-Govt. has given the planning go-ahead to construction of the 22 turbine Creag Riabhach farm on the Altnaharra Estate, near Lairg, in the North Highlands.
Planning Committee Report LA01/2018/1151/F
Proposed amendment to the overall tip height of the consented Evishagaran Wind Farm (B/2013/0120/F / 2014/A0169) to a maximum tip height of 140m;
Turbines going up at 35m wind farm
INVERCLYDE'S skyline is changing as the first of eight massive wind turbines is installed in the hills above Greenock.
MASSIVE Blades For Inverclyde Windfarm Turbines Start Arriving
THE first convoys carrying huge turbine blades for a windfarm being built in the hills near Greenock travelled to the area today (Tuesday). Two trucks escorted by police motorbikes travelled to the site from King George V Dock in Glasgow.
The next frontier of wind power
A new report starkly sets out the shortcomings of Britain's role in the supply chain, while other countries surge ahead. It recommends government action to back the industry, and to counteract the risks from Brexit.

©2013 Simon Mallett




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Last update on site = 26/11/2020
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