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Industrial Info Resources

August 25, 2010 23:30 ET

Scotland Rejects Plans for Three Onshore Windfarms, an Industrial Info News Alert

GALWAY, IRELAND--(Marketwire - August 25, 2010) -  Written by Martin Lynch, European News Editor for Industrial Info (Galway, Ireland) -- Plans to construct three onshore windfarms in Scotland have been rejected by local authorities.

A 31-turbine windfarm planned by Eurus Energy UK Limited (London, England), part of Eurus Energy Holdings Corporation (Tokyo, Japan), at Glenkirk on the hills overlooking Dava Moor, and the 17-turbine Tom Nan Clach windfarm, which was proposed for the Cawdor Estate by renewables firm Infinergy (Inverness, Scotland), were refused planning permission by the Highland Council. The windfarms would have had a combined generating capacity of 132 megawatts (MW).

IIR's Renewable Energy Database provides extensive coverage on the wind energy, geothermal, hydroelectric, landfill gas-to-energy and utility-scale solar power plants throughout North America, and is now expanding coverage across the world.

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