The company behind a wind farm between the Borders villages of Ashkirk and Roberton is holding a third public exhibition of its proposals.
Airtricity UK wants to erect 10 390ft high turbines at Langhope Farm.
The scheme would generate electricity for 13,000 homes and connect into the national grid at Hawick.
The proposals have already attracted many objections. The latest meeting will take place in Roberton’s Forman Hall between 1600 and 2000 BST.
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