Highland Campaigners Appeal for Objections

Dear All Just a short while ago Falk Renewables were refused permission for a wind farm on iconic Ben Wyvis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Wyvis). They didn’t appeal because of the strength of public feeling against it. That doesn’t stop other developers chancing their luck and here we have two. Apologies for the late notification but objections need to
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Sneddon Law – Residents plea for help!

We are a small beleaguered community in the shadow of Whitelee windfarm – the largest onshore windfarm in Europe, – in need of help!. This is a part of the impact of Whitelee on my home and yes, I can hear the turbines (see featured image above). As if this wasn’t enough, CWP Ltd, a
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Tiree (Argyll) Array is Dropped

Scottish Power has announced dropping development of their proposed TIREE (Argyll) Array. The proposed TIREE (Argyll) Array was to be the largest offshore wind farm in Europe. NO TIREE ARRAY (NTA), was formed in 2010 to resist the development of this proposed offshore windfarm/array. Had the Tiree(Argyll) Array been developed, it would have been an
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Glen Moriston – Visualisations

Malcolm Kirk from Visit Scotlands Windfarms, has produced a range of 3D Visualisations for the proposed Glen Moriston wind farm (30 x 126.5m) on behalf of the No Mosiston Wind Farm campaign group. The visualisations show the extent of the visual blight the proposed wind farm will have on the iconic landscape. Glenmoriston is one
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Economics, Energy & Wind – Mike Haseler

Economics, Energy & Wind is the presentation by Mike Haseler delivered to delegates attending the Scotland Against Spin conference, held on the 24th November in Stirling. The full speech by Mike Haseler can be read at: http://scottishsceptic.wordpress.com/2013/10/18/enerconics-the-relationship-between-energy-and-gdp/