Energy Isles

This website contains project news and updates since Statkraft involvement in late 2019.
To view the planning application and history of the project visit www.energyisles.co.uk


Energy Isles Wind Farm was first identified in 2012 and established by Energy Isles Limited, a consortium of over 50 mainly Shetland-based companies working together to develop a wind farm in the north of Yell.

In 2019, Energy Isles Limited announced a development partnership with Statkraft, Europe's largest generator of renewable energy.

This project has evolved throughout this time - starting from a 63 turbine scheme to the 23 turbines presently proposed. This has all been as a result of several consultation events and feedback from statutory bodies.

A planning application was submitted to the Scottish Government in May 2019, with further information due to be submitted in summer.

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This website provides the latest project news since late 2019.
To view the planning application and history of the project visit www.energyisles.co.uk

This website contains project news and updates since Statkraft involvement in late 2019.
To view the planning application and history of the project visit www.energyisles.co.uk


Energy Isles Wind Farm was first identified in 2012 and established by Energy Isles Limited, a consortium of over 50 mainly Shetland-based companies working together to develop a wind farm in the north of Yell.

In 2019, Energy Isles Limited announced a development partnership with Statkraft, Europe's largest generator of renewable energy.

This project has evolved throughout this time - starting from a 63 turbine scheme to the 23 turbines presently proposed. This has all been as a result of several consultation events and feedback from statutory bodies.

A planning application was submitted to the Scottish Government in May 2019, with further information due to be submitted in summer.

Register to be kept up to date with progress news, or ask us a question.


This website provides the latest project news since late 2019.
To view the planning application and history of the project visit www.energyisles.co.uk