Archive

September 2014

A fun treat for site workers

During the 15 month construction process the only cold the site team have been used to is the ice and snow at Clashindarroch forest. This was until very recently when Project Director Chris Morris arranged a fun treat for the site team, an ice cream van! Chris said, “To celebrate over 140,0000 safe working hours […]

Working with local school pupils

Over the last few months we have really enjoyed working with local school pupils to tell them more about Clashindarroch Wind Farm and wind energy in general. The school teachers have found this interesting and educational and feel that this it is important for the pupils to learn more about the wind farm they will […]

Community Fund Update

Before the Summer the working group for the Community Fund began to take a look at the feedback received from the first round of conversation. The working group along with Foundation Scotland have been taking the steps to establish their ways of working. The group hope to have these signed off by the respective Community Councils […]

An invitation to visit Clashindarroch Wind Farm

Now that all 18 turbines are in place we would like to invite you to get up close and personal with them by joining us on a guided tour of the wind farm. On the tour you will meet some of the team who constructed the project and have the opportunity to ask them questions […]

The final turbine is now in place

The 18th turbine was installed at 14:45, Saturday 13 September, four days ahead of schedule. Chris Morris, Vattenfall’s Project Director for Clashindarroch Wind Farm, said: “It’s always good for wind farm construction to reach this point; it’s a bit like a topping out on a house build and it’s something really special. The weather in recent […]

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