Under normal circumstances when bringing a new or revised project to a local community, Infinergy would visit the local area and hold Community Open Days.  Sadly, because of the pandemic, we’re unable to do that and so, following Government guidance, have moved our consultation exercise online! On this website, from Tuesday 1st December you will…

A Scoping Request has today been submitted to planning authorities to look at the potential to increase the tip heights of the consented Lochluichart Wind Farm Extension II.  A full Environmental Impact Assessment will be required which will include consulting with all statutory consultees and the local community.  Given the current circumstances, this consultation is…

Following a delay to the consented Lochluichart Wind Farm Extension II’s grid connection to 2024, Infinergy has been looking at all options to maximise power generation from the site. Wind turbine technology evolves continually and improved models are becoming available in the market. An assessment of potential turbine options has been made, resulting in a…

An application to extend a wind farm near Garve in Ross and Cromarty has been approved by The Highland Council The project, consisting of up to 5 turbines with a potential installed capacity of at least 18 megawatts (MW), is located to the north west of Garve adjacent to the operational Lochluichart Wind Farm. A…

The Environmental Impact Assessment and all supporting documents for the Lochluichart Wind Farm Extension II have now been submitted to The Highland Council and statutory consultees for consideration.  All of the documents are available to view and download in the Downloads section of this website, as well as at The Highland Council offices in Inverness.

The Environmental Impact Assessment surveys are now all complete and are being collated to form an Environmental Statement to support a new planning application to The Highland Council. Before this is submitted, in order to ensure the local community is fully consulted on the plans, we would like to invite you to our Community Open…

After an initial feasibility review and on-site environmental assessments, the possibilities for an extension the the operational wind farm are beginning to take shape. Now that we’ve submitted Scoping to get formal feedback from statutory consultees in the planning process, Infinergy would like your input! To ensure the local community is fully consulted on the plans, we…

Renewable energy developer Infinergy has now submitted a scoping report for a potential further extension at the operational Lochluichart Wind Farm site near Garve in the Scottish Highlands.  The Scoping Report, submitted to the Scottish Government under Section 36 of the Electricity Act (1989) presents a proposal consisting of approximately 8 wind turbines.  The full report can be…