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May 2014

First wind turbine blades arrive into the Port of Inverness

Vattenfall has taken delivery of the first consignment of wind turbine blades into the Port of Inverness.   Over the next few months the component parts of the wind turbines will arrive by boat to the Port of Inverness and Port of Grangemouth.  Tower sections will arrive by road to site via a storage facility […]

Construction Surgery this week

The next construction surgery is being held this Thursday from 5 – 7pm at the Gordon Arms Hotel, Huntly.  Please come along if you have any queries or contact me via email: joanne.hutchinson@vattenfall.com

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Clashindarroch Community Conversation Update

Over the course of March and April, Foundation Scotland and the Vattenfall Clashindarroch Working Group have been collecting the views of members of the four local communities through the Clashindarroch Community Conversation. Three Community Open Events took place from March 13th – 15th in the Cabrach, Rhynie and Huntly. Over the course of the three […]

Concreting foundations – the process in pictures

The construction of the turbine foundations is one of the most important aspects of building a wind farm. Below is an illustration of the concreting process in pictures for you to see all the stages we follow: 1. Shuttering is placed at the base of the steel reinforcement and screed rails are implemented. The shutters […]

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