After more than four year's research, survey, consultation and design we submitted our planning application for the ‘Mossy Hill’ wind farm on 27 June 2018 to the Shetland Islands Council. Situated on Mainland Shetland, the application seeks permission for a wind farm of up to 12 turbines, each up to 145m high to blade tip with a maximum total installed capacity of 50MW.     Development Director Jon England said “This application is another vote of confidence in Shetland’s future as a sustainable energy hub. This application, combined with our consented ‘Beaw Field’ scheme, shows our commitment to Shetland. We are looking forward to exploring how this scheme can help Shetland deliver real and tangible benefits to its communities.”    The application has been given reference number  2018/186/PPF  by Shetland Islands Council and the full suite of application documents will shortly be available for inspection on the Council’s website as well as Peel’s.

After more than four year's research, survey, consultation and design we submitted our planning application for the ‘Mossy Hill’ wind farm on 27 June 2018 to the Shetland Islands Council. Situated on Mainland Shetland, the application seeks permission for a wind farm of up to 12 turbines, each up to 145m high to blade tip with a maximum total installed capacity of 50MW.

Development Director Jon England said “This application is another vote of confidence in Shetland’s future as a sustainable energy hub. This application, combined with our consented ‘Beaw Field’ scheme, shows our commitment to Shetland. We are looking forward to exploring how this scheme can help Shetland deliver real and tangible benefits to its communities.”

The application has been given reference number 2018/186/PPF by Shetland Islands Council and the full suite of application documents will shortly be available for inspection on the Council’s website as well as Peel’s.