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The Strath Tirry Wind Farm project will consist of four turbines with a tip height of up to 135m and an energy storage system with a combined generating capacity in excess of 20MW and associated infrastructure.
The project was granted planning consent in June 2022.

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The Blandford Hill Eco Hub project consists of an electric vehicle (EV) charging station, a circa 15 megawatt ground-mounted solar farm and a 3 megawatt battery storage faciality on land south of the A354 at Blandford Hill, Winterborne Whitechurch near Blandford Forum in Dorset. 
The project was granted planning consent in January 2022.

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The Highfield Eco Hub project is a solar PV array with battery storage and electric vehicle (EV) charging, located near Royston, South Cambridgeshire. The project is anticipated to have a combined installed capacity of up to 18MW of solar PV and battery storage, producing renewable electricity equivalent to the demand of around 5,000 average UK homes.
The project was granted planning consent in August 2023.

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The Earlsburn Wind Farm Extension proposal is located near the village of Gargunnock, Stirling and comprises 11 turbines with a ground to blade tip of 180 metres, a battery energy storage system and associated infrastructure such as a temporary meteorological mast, internal access roads, on-site substation.
The Section 36 application - reference ECU00004510 - was submitted to the Energy Consents Unit in December 2022.

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The Knockkippen Wind Farm proposal consist of 12 turbines of up to 180m to tip with a battery storage facility, solar panels and associated infrastructure.
The Section 36 application - reference ECU00004523 - was submited to the Energy Consents Unit in June 2022.

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REG Greenburn Ltd has developed proposals for a wind farm and battery storage facility adjacent to the former Greenburn opencast coal mine near New Cumnock.

Formerly a world-class mining operation, coal extraction at Greenburn ended in 2018. The landscape restoration works were completed in the summer of 2019, with final work being carried out in 2020.

Although the wind farm will be located next to the restored land, the land use at Greenburn demonstrates the full evolution of power generation.

The Section 36 application - reference  ECU00002037 - was submitted to the Energy Consents Unit in March 2020 and approved by Scottish Ministers on 21 April 2023.

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REG Knockodhar Ltd is developing proposals for a wind farm and energy storage system called Knockodhar Wind Farm, situated in a commercial forestry plantation approximately 3.5km south west of Barr in South Ayrshire.
A Section 36 application - reference ECU00002153 - was submitted to the Energy Consents Unit in June 2023.

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Mynydd Fforch-Dwm Wind Farm is a proposal by Naturalis Energy for a new renewable energy park near Tonmawr in Neath Port Talbot. The scheme includes six wind turbines and up to 10Ha of solar panels and was submitted into planning  in November 2023 as a Development of National Significance with Welsh Government.

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We are currently working with Grupotec to develop proposals for a solar farm and Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) known as the Nettly Burn Renewable Energy Park. The proposals are at an early stage but because the project is for an electricity generating station likely to be in excess of 50MW of installed capacity, the determining authority for a subsequent application for consent will be the Scottish Government’s Energy Consents Unit.

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We are currently working with Grupotec to develop a solar PV project with associated battery storage and EV charging, near Grazeley Green, Berkshire. The project is at an early stage, with construction anticipated to begin in around 2027.

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Allt an Tuir Renewable Energy Park will include wind turbines, a solar array and battery storage with a generating capacity in excess of 50 MW. This will require an application to be submitted to the Scottish Ministers under Section 36 of the Electricity Act 1989.

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