Proposals for a 26-turbine wind farm north-west of Glenbarr,Kintyre,will go on display next month.
Last year Burcote Wind announced proposals for the Creggan Wind Farm in Argyll with a total installed capacity of 78 megawatts,which was met with a mixed reaction from the West Kintyre community.
If approved,the wind farm could generate enough electricity to power 58,000 homes and would offset almost 118,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide each year.
The plans for the wind farm will be on display at Glenbarr Village Hall on February 23 when interested members of the local community will have an opportunity to discuss the proposals with the project team.
For the full details see the Campbeltown Courier,January 27 2012 or one line at www.campbeltowncourier.co.uk/digital
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