Limejump wins trading contract for Scotland's first subsidy-free wind farm

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The Shell-owned company is set to trade the power generated at the 46MW Crossdykes project through National Grid's Balancing Mechanism

Shell-owned energy tech company Limejump has secured a contract to trade the electricity produced by Scotland's first subsidy-free wind farm, it announced yesterday. A joint development between Muirhall...

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