PLANS for three wind turbines to be erected at a site on the Ardeer peninsula have been withdrawn as the developers seek to “reconsult with the local community” and refine the proposals.
Renewables firm The Farm Energy Company submitted a planning application to North Ayrshire Council in September 2022 for the Ardeer wind farm.
The development would see three wind turbines of up to 150m in height to their tip built on land previously used for the ICI Nobel explosives plant.
The turbines would be used to help power the nearby Berry bpi factory, supplying around 70 per cent of the site’s electricity demand.
The scheme would have a generating capacity of approximately 14.4MW and would support local and national energy targets.
However, a decision notice added this week to the 140-plus documents with the application in the council’s online planning portal stated that the proposals have been withdrawn for the time being. Read more:https://www.ardrossanherald.com/news/23266427.ardeer-wind-farm-turbine-plans-withdrawn-farm-energy-company/?fbclid=IwAR2T8fW6fA6aIS3d8di5sR3ADppVaUs0elWh1zq43bgU2kgZQblDB98mwm8

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