Thursday, 24 February 2011

Energy provider E.ON has won the exclusive right to explore land owned by Forestry Commission Scotland

Energy provider E.ON has won the exclusive right to explore the potential for new wind energy projects on two lots of land owned by Forestry Commission Scotland (FCS).

E.ON estimates that the two awarded lots located in the north and west of Scotland have the potential to generate around 500MW or enough renewable electricity to power more than 270,000 homes annually, based on an average annual domestic household consumption of 4,700kWh.

Read more: http://www.theengineer.co.uk/sectors/energy-and-environment/eon-wins-right-to-develop-wind-energy-on-scottish-lots/1007546.article#ixzz1EsshhoSV

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