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Energy / Marine licence application in for subsea cable
Energy / SSEN to press ahead with project to connect wind farms to converter stationCarmichael calls on government to invest in clean energy
Energy / Viking drops plans for Tresta compound
Preparatory work commences at planned Kergord converter station
Court / Viking Energy reapplies for land court consent
Environment / Viking wind farm environmental advisory group set to launchCampaigners Sustainable Shetland, however, say the group should have already been set up
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Energy / ‘Slightly more hard cash’ anticipated for Viking Energy community benefit fund after timeline rejig
Letters / Call for independent inquiry into Shetland’s energy needs
Updated Proposals resubmitted for interconnector
Community / Community council objects to Viking Energy compound plans
Letters / ‘Dis is whit passes fir democracy’
Letters / Ofgem approval far from certain
Energy / Viking Energy to carry out road alterations
Letters / No confidence in wind turbines and interconnectors
Energy / Decarbonising Shetland’s oil industry
Energy / Proposed interconnector offers new opportunities over how oil and gas sector could be poweredEnQuest confirms there will be a ‘radical change’ in Sullom Voe Terminal’s power set-up
Energy / Viking consults on plans for public access
Energy / Archaeological survey complete on wind farm compound
News round-up / Ground investigations completed, NHS winter funding, new Lerwick app launched
Energy / Yell wind farm team confident over export link despite Ofgem hitch
Letters / A responsibility they cannot shirk
Letters / A council seminar might do the trick
Opinions / Shetland has again all eggs in one basketThe focus on building a 600Megawatt subsea cable is preventing investment in local renewable energy projects, writes James Mackenzie, the outgoing vice-chairman of Sustainable Shetland, the grassroots group that opposes the Viking Energy wind farm.
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 / Another chance to hear about interconnector plansThe meeting comes despite the proposed Viking Energy wind farm failing to secure government subsidy
Viewpoint / Why we’re carrying a coffin along the Lang KamesPete Bevington is one of the organisers of Lament for the Lang Kames, a ‘funeral procession’ being held on Saturday for “all that will be lost if Viking Energy goes ahead as planned”. He explains why the procession – coffin and all – is taking place.
Updated Viking Energy bid for vital government support unsuccessfulDeveloper says it will continue to ‘explore all possible options to enable the wind farm to be built’
Letters / Time for Viking to get out of Shetland
Letters / No one to blame but ourselves
Letters / Time to make your voice heard
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