Turbine gains clinch renewables targets

Boddy, Robert
August 2008
Planning (14672073);8/8/2008, Issue 1781, p9
The article reports on the declaration of first minister Alex Almond that Scotland is on course to meet its ambitious renewable energy target by 2011. According to the article, the announcement was made following his approval on the additional nine more turbines at the Crystal Rigg wind farm near Dunbar. It reveals that the renewable energy is the third major project to receive ministerial consent in less than two weeks.


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