An Càrr Dubh Wind Farm

Welcome to our dedicated website for An Càrr Dubh Wind Farm*

We have created this website earlier than usual in our engagement process, to provide a way for the public to easily access information and contact us when we have been unable to be present in the community.

We held our first online exhibition for the project over June and July 2021. We presented information about how our proposals had changed since submitting scoping and gave you the opportunity to provide your views on the project in a number of ways, including through online and offline feedback forms.

The second exhibition for the proposal was held from 1 November to 21 November to update you on the current proposals ahead of submitting an application to the Scottish Government in 2022.

26 turbines were initially proposed for the site and with a turbine tip height of 200m, following site studies and community feedback the proposal has reduced in scale. The current proposal is for 21 turbines with turbine tip heights of up to 180m. We wish to thank the members of the local community who took the time to provide feedback since we first introduced our proposals.

We are following all Scottish Government advice in relation to Covid-19 as we progress our plans. With restrictions easing we were pleased to have been able to hold local drop in sessions over the 9,10 and 11 November in Ford, Dalavich and Inveraray, during the second public exhibition period.

You are still able to provide your views, as we have set up this website to continue a conversation with the local community as the project progresses - please fill in the feedback form, ask us a question or request a call back . You can also take the opportunity to find out more about our development team and Statkraft in the UK.

* The project was originally called Car Duibh Wind Farm. We have renamed the wind farm, following local feedback and further advice, to both accurately reflect local Gaelic and the wind farm location. Find out more here.


Welcome to our dedicated website for An Càrr Dubh Wind Farm*

We have created this website earlier than usual in our engagement process, to provide a way for the public to easily access information and contact us when we have been unable to be present in the community.

We held our first online exhibition for the project over June and July 2021. We presented information about how our proposals had changed since submitting scoping and gave you the opportunity to provide your views on the project in a number of ways, including through online and offline feedback forms.

The second exhibition for the proposal was held from 1 November to 21 November to update you on the current proposals ahead of submitting an application to the Scottish Government in 2022.

26 turbines were initially proposed for the site and with a turbine tip height of 200m, following site studies and community feedback the proposal has reduced in scale. The current proposal is for 21 turbines with turbine tip heights of up to 180m. We wish to thank the members of the local community who took the time to provide feedback since we first introduced our proposals.

We are following all Scottish Government advice in relation to Covid-19 as we progress our plans. With restrictions easing we were pleased to have been able to hold local drop in sessions over the 9,10 and 11 November in Ford, Dalavich and Inveraray, during the second public exhibition period.

You are still able to provide your views, as we have set up this website to continue a conversation with the local community as the project progresses - please fill in the feedback form, ask us a question or request a call back . You can also take the opportunity to find out more about our development team and Statkraft in the UK.

* The project was originally called Car Duibh Wind Farm. We have renamed the wind farm, following local feedback and further advice, to both accurately reflect local Gaelic and the wind farm location. Find out more here.


Contact Us

If you have a question about the Car Duibh Wind Farm proposal, or just a comment - you can write it here.  If you would prefer to speak to someone, please call us on 0800 772 0668.

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Page last updated: 26 January 2022, 09:45