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Mega-projects a future vision for onshore wind

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The Scottish energy strategy favours large, strategically sited sites, away from population centres as the future for onshore wind. With subsidies gone developers are combining technologies such as solar and batteries  and deploying larger machines in order to reduce the LCOE. I hope th energycentral community finds this article of interest.

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Matt Chester on Aug 13, 2019 6:40 pm GMT

It is worth considering landscape and visuals from the outset through researching local guidance and harmonising your findings with effective use of industry standard desktop visualisation tools.

Especially if the landscape and visuals might get in the way of views from the golf course of someone who won't be afraid to Tweet storm about it :)

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