A LARGE-SCALE renewable energy park could create up to 250 jobs in the long-term, the developer behind the plans has said. The 40-hectare site near Peterhead in Aberdeenshire has the potential to be “carbon negative” – removing carbon from the environment by repurposing oil sludge which currently goes unused.
The National 2nd Dec 2020 read more »
PLANS have been unveiled to construct a large-scale renewable energy park in the north east of Scotland. It is designed to deliver between 150 – 200 megawatts of green energy to supply to the Scottish grid, with the capacity to power tens of thousands of homes across the north-east of Scotland. It has attracted overseas interest from an investment group – North China Power Engineering (NCPE), which has pledged £800 million for the build-out phase.
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