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Welcome to Earlshaugh Wind Farm's information website.

Glenmorie Wind Farm presents a major opportunity to harness an excellent wind resource in Sutherland and contribute to Scotland’s world-leading renewable energy targets. At the same time it presents a significant opportunity to the local and wider economy to benefit from a £**million investment that will create ** FTE jobs during construction and ** FTE jobs when operational.
In addition to the jobs and investment benefits associated with Glenmorie, a substantial community benefit fund will also be established if the project is consented. This will deliver a fund of up to £*** each year to support local community projects (links to case studies might be useful here, if available).
Using the website you can find out about the project and get in touch with us for more information. We would encourage you to complete the registration form (hyperlink) to receive regular updates.

Earlshaugh Wind Farm presents a major opportunity to harness an excellent wind resource in the Scottish Borders and contribute to Scotland’s world-leading renewable energy targets.

At the same time it presents a significant opportunity to the local and wider economy to benefit from a financial investment of £27.94 million to the Scottish economy and £4.8million to the local economy. That could create 102 full time equivalent jobs in Scotland during construction - with at least 25 full time equivalent jobs in the local area - and 9 full time equivalent jobs when operational - with at least four jobs created at the local level.

In addition to the jobs and investment benefits associated with Earlshaugh, a community benefit fund will also be established if the project is consented. 

We want to keep people informed about this project. If you'd like to receive updates from us please register here. Once you have registered you can also leave feedback and ask us questions via this website.

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