Farmers in Scotland are being urged to look at wind turbines more like crops and less like a large-scale investment in property. Galbraith, a property consultancy in Scotland, are telling farmers that they should consider the turbines as an investment which will generate income in the future, like they would crops they’d planted. The company believe that many farmers are considering turbines but many don’t see a quick return. Galbraith wants Scottish farmers to see a wind turbine is an asset that can be sold on again in future.
Energy Voice 18th Nov 2017 read more »