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    Coriolis, ESB secure consent for 82-MW wind farm in Scotland

    September 27, 2023 - SeeNews Renewables


      September 27 (Renewables Now) - A wind project of nearly 82 MW, being developed by UK renewables developer Coriolis Energy and Irish utility ESB in Scotland, has been given the green light.

      Located in the Garve district in the Ross and Cromarty region of the Scottish Highlands, the Kirkan wind farm will consist of 17 wind turbines of up to 4.8 MW each, along with co-located battery energy storage system.

      The project was granted approval by the Energy Consents Unit of the Scottish government on July 25, said engineering and environmental consultancy RSK Group, which managed the consent process.

      "This proposed development is one of the first wind farms in the UK co-located with a battery energy storage system to gain consent," remarked Joe Somerville, RSK director and the environmental impact assessment (EIA) project manager for the scheme.


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