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The Bhlaraidh wind farm proposal has recently been granted consent, with associated conditions, by the Scottish Ministers. Over the coming months we will be working to address the conditions associated with the consent ahead of the construction phase. In the meantime, we will continue to keep the local community and local stakeholders updated on the project as it progresses.
We held a ‘Meet the Buyer’ event in Fort Augustus on Tuesday 12 February to raise awareness of the potential opportunities available for local businesses with its pipeline of projects in the north of Scotland.
Wind turbines produce electricity by using the natural power of the wind to drive a generator.
We know our investments in generation benefit from the co-operation of the local community. Thats why we establish long-term funds to support local community projects.
SSE today (17/01/2014) welcomed the decision by Scottish Ministers to grant consent, with associated planning conditions, for Bhlaraidh wind farm, situated north-west of Invermoriston in the Great Glen.
Over 80 businesses attended SSE’s ‘Meet the buyer’ event in Fort Augustus on Tuesday to find out about the opportunities available with SSE’s pipeline of projects in the north of Scotland and potential investment of £5-10bn over the next 10 years across its renewable generation, energy networks, and energy services businesses.
SSE, Scotland’s leading generator of renewable electricity, is holding a ‘Meet the Buyer’ event in Fort Augustus on Tuesday 12 February to raise awareness of the potential opportunities available for local businesses with its pipeline of projects in the north of Scotland.