Berry Burn Extension


Berry Burn Wind Farm has been operating since 2014, and consist of 29 turbines. In a typical year it generates electricity equivalent to the needs of 47,000 homes. To date the wind farm has delivered over £1.3 million to over 100 local groups and initiatives via the Community Benefit Fund.

An application was submitted to extend the existing wind farm by 9 turbines. All planning application documents for the proposed extension are available to view in the planning documents folder. In March 2021 the Moray Council Planning Committee voted not to object to the proposed extension. In December 2021 consent was received by the Ministers of the Scottish Government.

If you have any questions about the project please ask us a question.


Berry Burn Wind Farm has been operating since 2014, and consist of 29 turbines. In a typical year it generates electricity equivalent to the needs of 47,000 homes. To date the wind farm has delivered over £1.3 million to over 100 local groups and initiatives via the Community Benefit Fund.

An application was submitted to extend the existing wind farm by 9 turbines. All planning application documents for the proposed extension are available to view in the planning documents folder. In March 2021 the Moray Council Planning Committee voted not to object to the proposed extension. In December 2021 consent was received by the Ministers of the Scottish Government.

If you have any questions about the project please ask us a question.

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