Tesco and ScottishPower open 30MW onshore wind farm in Scottish Highlands

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(L-R) Lynda Heywood, group treasurer at Tesco, and ScottishPower Renewables CEO Lindsay McQuade
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(L-R) Lynda Heywood, group treasurer at Tesco, and ScottishPower Renewables CEO Lindsay McQuade

Subsidy-free Halsary project begins generating electricity as part of power purchase agreement between Tesco and ScottishPower Renewables

A 30MW onshore wind farm has come online in the Scottish Highlands thanks to a deal between Tesco and ScottishPower Renewables, which will see the supermarket giant directly purchase electricity from the...

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