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EDF Energy Renewables (EDF ER) has bought 11 wind farm sites from Partnerships for Renewables, a development and asset management company. The sites in Scotland have a potential capacity of 600 MW.
Three sites with around 100MW of capacity already have planning consent, one site is in the planning system already and seven other sites are in development. The majority of the projects are on land managed by Forest Enterprise Scotland.
A pioneering wind farm development off the coast of Blyth has reached a notable milestone, with the first turbine foundation making its journey up the River Tyne on route to its final destination.
EDF Energy Renewables is currently building the Blyth Offshore Demonstrator Wind Farm after taking over responsibility for the scheme from Narec (now ORE Catapult) in October 2014.
Local education and training scheme established by opening of new wind farm.
EDF Energy Renewables has officially opened its Corriemoillie wind farm, near Garve in the Scottish Highlands.
The 17 turbine wind farm has a generating capacity of 47.5 megawatts (MW) - enough low carbon electricity to supply the average annual needs of nearly 29,000 homes.*
The opening of the development was also marked by the launch of a new scheme to provide important financial support for local community initiatives and education and training programmes over the lifetime of the project that could extend to 25 years.
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