Plans submitted for major onshore wind farm in southern Scotland

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The Scoop Hill site is located close to Moffat and Lockerbie | Credit: Community Windpower
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The Scoop Hill site is located close to Moffat and Lockerbie | Credit: Community Windpower

Community Windpower claims the 525MW project would house 75 turbines and energy storage capabilities, delivering £1.8bn of economic benefits

Plans for a major new onshore wind farm in southern Scotland have been submitted to Dumfries and Galloway council, marking the third major wind power project Community Windpower is hoping to develop in...

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