A bid to build 11 turbines on land north east of St John’s Town of Dalry in southern Scotland has been rejected.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-south-scotland-24270884


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Louie Pastore · September 25, 2013 at 9:07 pm

Hopefully we meet with similar success against 2020 who are involved in plans to build a large windfarm at Inverclyde.
At the top of the chain of companies behind a proposal to construct up to 10 turbines on Corlic Hill is the giant American-owned private equity firm, Riverstone. Amongst Riverstone’s vast stable of energy subsidiaries is UK-based Velocita Energy which recently merged its UK business with 2020 Renewables which, in turn, has set up Inverclyde Windfarm Ltd.

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