2020 Renewables – Corlic Hill Wind Farm 20 MW – Inverclyde - Project Profile
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2020 Renewables is planning to undertake the development of a 20MW new wind farm in Corlic Hill, Inverclyde, the UK.
The project involves the construction of a 20MW wind farm with eight turbines of 110m tall and 106.68m high.
It includes the construction of sub stations, access roads of 1.6km long from Dougliehill Road to Harelaw across Devol Moor, and related infrastructure facilities, and the installation of electric converters, electrical feeder systems, and the laying transmission line.
In July 2013, 2020 Renewables has submitted detailed planning application.
In November 2014, the planning authority has opposed the proposals and on December 6, 2014, planning application was rejected by Inverclyde Council.
In May 2016, central Scotland has approved the planning approvals.
2020 Renewables is awaiting necessary approvals and expects to commence construction in second quarter of 2018.
The project involves the construction of a 20MW wind farm in Corlic Hill, Inverclyde, the UK.
The US$76 million project includes the following:
1. Installation of eight turbines
2. Construction of a substation
3. Laying of transmission line
4. Construction of 1.6km access roads
5. Installation of wind electric converters
6. Installation of electrical feeder system
7. Installation of related infrastructure facilities
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