Windfarm could create “multi-million” investment fund – Cumnock Chronicle

Frank Cassidy, Reporter An energy company have re-submitted an amended planning application for a windfarm near New Cumnock after it was blocked twice. Innogy Renewables UK Ltd had applied for permission in 2012, which was refused by East Ayrshire Council in 2014 with a further appeal in 2015 also knocked back. Their latest proposal includes
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Ireland’s electricity board launches £600m investment programme in mostly-Scotland based new wind farms – Scottish Energy News

Ireland’s state-owned electricity corporation has set up a partnership to develop 400-MW of new onshore wind-power generation capacity in Scotland and England. ESB – which translates from Gaelic as the Irish Electricity Board – is now working with Coriolis Energy on the first of these new generating assets – with plans for a massive 91
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