Highland Council hopes to work with the renewables industry to secure affordable energy and meet climate change goals.
Councillors today discussed the best way to ensure that Highland communities derive maximum benefit from the wind farms on their doorsteps.
Councillor Angus MacDonald brought a motion calling for a review of the council’s policy for onshore wind development.
It also asked the Scottish Government to legislate to allocate 5% of revenue per megawatt to their host communities. Read more:

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