Scotland hails latest giant wind farms as SSE tops 1GW of capacity

James S Murray
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Edinburgh confirms status as leading renewables market with announcement that new wind farms will provide power for a further 90,000 homes

Scotland again underlined its position as the UK's leading renewable energy market as the government approved plans for two giant wind farms, while utility SSE revealed it now boasts more than 1GW of onshore...

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