Wind farm developer Lewis Wind Power has tabled an application to reduce the number of turbines at its Storonway onshore wind project. The current design for the project includes consent for 36 turbines, which Lewis Wind Power will look to reduce to 25. The company’s new plans will apply to use taller, more powerful turbines. Lewis Wind Power is a 50/50 joint venture between EDF Renewables and Wood. The Scottish Government will now invite views from local residents and business and from bodies such as Scottish Natural Heritage before making a decision.
Energy Voice 29th May 2019 read more »
Stornoway Gazette 28th May 2019 read more »