Natural Power Gets Planning Consent for 50-MW E.ON Wind Farm

The Camster wind farm in Caithness, Scotland has been given the green light by the Highland Council it was announced by Natural Power, which has been acting as the lead consultant for the project on behalf of E.ON. The proposed 25-turbine wind farm, capable of generating up to 50 megawatts (MW), will be located between Lybster and Watten. The site has received final approval from the Highland Council after a four year planning process.

Natural Power provided services to E.ON on this project including bring its community liaison, which involved attending council meetings and doing access landowner negotiations. The company also led on the revised access planning application and presenting the project to the local community.

“Natural Power is well known for our work within local communities on behalf of developers. This coupled with our extensive practical experience of progressing sites onshore has helped maintain our 100% success rate for gaining consent for clients over the past 13 years,” said Giles Dearden, head of development at Natural Power.

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