Windfarm plans criticised over potential electricity bill increase #SCT

By National Wind Watch Early plans have been submitted to build a windfarm in Caithness which has been criticised for its potential to increase consumers’ electricity bills. E-on has proposed the Camster II windfarm which would have 14 turbines, standing up to 415ft tall, to be built about 4.4 miles south-west of Wick and generate up to 48.3 megawatts (MW). Plans are in their scoping stages. But Caithness-based industry watcher Stuart Young pointed out that nearly £473,000 was paid to E-on between March and . . .

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