Heathland Wind Energy Project

Partnerships for Renewables is working with the Forestry Commission in Scotland to explore the potential for siting wind turbines in Heathland Forest.

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Forestry Commission Scotland

Forestry Commission Scotland serves as the Scottish Government’s forestry directorate and manages the 665,000 hectare national forest estate. 

Climate change is the biggest threat facing the planet and Scottish forestry is playing its part in helping tackle climate change.

With trees naturally locking up carbon, they have a significant role in reducing the affects of climate change.  The development of renewable clean energy on the national forest estate can make a significant contribution to the Scottish Government’s climate change targets.

Visit the Forestry Commission website to find out more.

Last updated on: 8/29/2013