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Glendye Wind Farm


Welcome to the community consultation website for the Glendye Wind Farm.

The application for Consent under Section 36 of the Electricity Act 1989 was submitted on 3rd October 2018.

Following submission of the application, an Additional Information Report was registered with the Scottish Government Energy Consent Unit on the 12th of August 2020 and consultee reponses to this are currently being considered. Please follow this link to view the Report and appendices.

Glendye Wind Farm is located on the Glendye Estate, approximately 5km from Fettercairn and 12km from Strachan, Aberdeenshire. If approved, the wind farm will consist of 26 wind turbines with a tip height of up to 149.9m, and a generating capacity of >50MW. The submission documents are also available to view via the Links and Downloads tab.

The project is being developed by Coriolis Energy and development partners ESB.

Who are we?

Coriolis Energy and ESB are working together to develop the Glendye Wind Farm project.

Formed in 2007, Coriolis Energy is a specialist independent wind energy development company. Our team is amongst the most experienced in the business and has to date been responsible for successfully delivering fifteen wind farms around the UK. These are bringing real benefits to landowners and local communities as well as making a significant contribution to the battle against climate change.

ESB is Ireland’s premier energy company and is a leading independent power generator in the UK market.

ESB has a track record of over 20 years as a successful investor in the UK since commissioning one of the first independent power generation plants at Corby in Northamptonshire in 1994.

ESB owns and operates wind farms across the UK and Ireland with a total installed capacity of 400MW.

Public Exhibitions

Thank you to everyone who attended our exhibitions some time ago. All of the materials provided at the exhibitions are now available to download via the Links and Downloads tab. If you have any further comments or feedback you can continue to send these to us via the contact form.

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