The proposed Quanterness site has the potential capacity for six turbines
The Robert Rendall Building in Stromness (aka the Old Primary School) opened its doors to the public on Saturday 26th of October.
A special open day is being held on Saturday 26 October, from 14:00 until 17:00.
“This visit will build on the existing links between our countries and provide new opportunities for us to work together and share expertise in areas such as energy and renewables, life sciences and innovation, and FinTech.”
“The ongoing social issues in Orkney must be tackled at the same time as tackling the Climate Emergency.”
Crown Estate Scotland have released leasing details for future commercial off shore wind projects.
News From Orkney Islands Council
Planning applications have been made to install ‘met masts’ at two of the sites being considered as part of ‘Orkney’s Community Wind Farm’ project.
One solution to the problem of over production was to produce hydrogen fuel from the excess electricity generated.
What is the future for hydrogen use and production in Orkney?
SSEN (Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks) has launched a consultation for the future of the north of Scotland electricity transmission system.