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Transport / Proposed North Isles developments bolster case for fixed links, councillor says
Energy / SIC natural heritage officer believes loss of peatland associated with Yell wind farm would be contrary to planning policy
Energy / Wind farm developer reviewing objectionsSIC planning service offers meeting to see if concerns can be overcome
Energy / Environment agency says building Yell wind farm would have ‘negative impact on climate change’Erecting turbines on active blanket bog would be inconsistent with national targets to reduce emissions, SEPA says
Community / Yell Community Council unable to comment on wind farm plans due to lack of eligible members
Energy / Nature and bird organisations maintain objections to Yell wind farm
Energy / Amenity trust maintains objection to proposed Yell wind farm owing to peatbog concerns
Energy / Energy Isles wind farm proposal to face opposition
Letters / Dispiriting
Energy / Final plans in for 160MW Yell wind farm
Letters / Call for independent inquiry into Shetland’s energy needs
Energy / Yell wind farm developer takes six turbines out of plans
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Energy / Yell wind farm team confident over export link despite Ofgem hitch
Energy / Yell wind farm team remain upbeat despite recent Viking setbackThe 29-turbine Energy Isles wind farm, which could cost around £160 million, has the backing of Norwegian energy giant Statkraft
Energy / Norwegian energy giant teams up with Yell wind farm developer
Energy / Wind farm developer lobbies for larger interconnectorEnergy Isles wants to see more capacity to export renewable energy
Energy / Unst Community Council shows support for proposed Yell wind farm
Energy / Yell wind farm team keen to address concerns
Energy / Concerns raised over impact of proposed Yell wind farm
Energy / Local consortium lodges planning application for Yell wind farm
Business / Isles suppliers hear renewables chiefs tout a bright green futureABOUT 110 delegates turned up to hear that the future for large scale renewables in the isles is facing a critical 12 months – but if contracts are secured there will be big business for local suppliers.
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