ScottishPower Renewables gets approval for Glen App wind farm in Scotland

Subscribe to our newsletter and get the latest news and business opportunities in your inbox
ScottishPower Renewables gets approval for Glen App wind farm in Scotland

South Ayrshire Council has approved ScottishPower Renewables plans of developing the 33 MW Glen App Wind farm in Scotland.

The wind farm is a proposed 11 turbine development approximately 4.5km north-east of Cairnryan and 6km south of Ballantrae. The project will be able to generate up to 33MW of green electricity, and ScottishPower Renewables aims to have the windfarm fully operational by 2017.

Glen App will be a further addition to ScottishPower Renewables’ current windfarms in South Ayrshire, with Arecleoch and Mark Hill already in operation.

SPR initially submitted a planning application in 2012, and extensive consultations were undertaken with local communities and other stakeholders, including Historic Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage.

John Alexander, Development Director at ScottishPower Renewables, said:

“We are very pleased that South Ayrshire Council has decided to approve the Glen App project. We have been working on plans for Glen App since 2010, and through this period we have worked closely with a range of interested groups and consultees to design the best project possible.”

“Our existing projects in South Ayrshire have made major financial contributions to local community projects, as well as providing a significant output of green electricity for the grid, and we look forward to Glen App playing an important role in the region as well.”

Share this news

Join us

In order to get full access to News section, you must have a full subscription. You can check all the benefits of becoming a member and purchase a subscription on our membership page.