Sir, – I must admit it, the wind was well and truly taken out of my sails when reading the news this week.
Wind farm developments should be accelerated with the help of state subsidies after a poll revealed two-thirds of rural Scots support them, campaigners say.
A charity’s opposition to offshore wind farms has helped put BiFab on the brink of collapse, a union has claimed.
The Scottish Gamekeepers Association (SGA) believes the impact of the country’s growing number of wind farms on protected wildlife may have been massively under-reported.
A sports climbing authority has rubbished claims that wind farms don't have a harmful impact on tourism.
Work on a £2 billion wind farm off the Fife coast will begin next year after the courts threw out a last ditch attempt to scupper the project.
Am I alone in viewing wind farms as things of beauty?
Sir, - Your editorial (August 1) is exactly right in saying the current beaver impasse is entirely in the court of the Scottish Government.
Thousands of jobs are at risk in Scotland because of the Conservative Government’s assault on the renewable energy industry, it has been claimed.
Two wind farms, which will between them provide enough power for more than 60,000 homes, have been given the go-ahead by the Scottish Government.