Current UK wind energy production - 25-08-2016
UK electricity demand
We were impressed with Force 9 Energy’s approach to developing within a sensitive area, renowned for its fish populations. Force 9 looked carefully at the potential environmental effects of their wind farm proposal and by supporting detailed surveys ensured that the construction process was completed without any significant deterioration in water quality and fish populations thus safeguarding fishery interests for the future.Robert Laughton, Director,
Findhorn, Nairn & Lossie Fisheries trust
Scoping Request submitted for Carse Wind Farm, Argyll
Force 9 Energy has submitted a request for a Scoping Opinion to the Scottish Government for...
Force 9 Energy Appeal Cnoc an Eas Wind Farm
Force 9 Energy and its development partner, EDF Energy Renewables have jointly decided to...
Force 9 Energy supports Piping at Forres
Force 9 Energy was delighted to be a sponsor of the European Pipe Band Championships held at...
In the media
Looking to the future for onshore wind - CBI
With the onshore wind industry facing an uncertain future, CBI Business Environment Director, Rhian Kelly, highlighted its importance as part of a balanced energy mix at the opening session of the Scottish Renewables Onshore Wind Conference.
Renewable generation in Scotland up by 15% - BBC News
The amount of electricity generated in Scotland from renewable energy increases by more than 15% in a year.