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Renewables Infrastructure Group to construct new Scottish wind farm

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Christian Fernsby ▼ | January 21, 2020
Renewables Infrastructure Group has agreed to buy a company which has the rights to build a wind farm in Scotland, it said today.
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TRIG is buying Blary Hill Energy Ltd. Blary Hill has been awarded rights to build a 35 megawatt wind farm on the Kintyre peninsula in the west of Scotland.

Topics: Renewable Scottish wind farm

The energy investor said the project will consist of 14 N90 turbines built by Hamburg-based firm Nordex SE. Construction will start in the first quarter of 2020, and is expected to begin operating in two years' time.

TRIG will generate revenue from the wind farm by selling power into the wholesale market. It will make up around 2.5% of the firm's overall portfolio.