WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE FOR
Culachy Wind Farm
We are committed to working closely with local communities and stakeholders to bring forward proposals that are responsive to local views and opinions, help to tackle our climate emergency and make a positive contribution to the local economy.
Culachy Wind Farm is located on Culachy Estate, south of Fort Augustus.
We hope that this website helps to provide information on Culachy Wind Farm and how the project is progressing, as well as how you can share your views and get involved.
We recently submitted our application to develop Culachy Wind Farm to the Scottish Government.
All of the documents can be found here.
If consented, the plans will bring forward a development consisting of eight turbines up to 200m high to tip – generating 57MW of clean electricity and delivering a £9m community benefit fund over the project’s operational life.
*based on 57MW @ 35 years
WHO WE ARE
Your Project Team
I am the main point of contact for the project.
It is my role to oversee the technical elements – including the environmental studies and reports that form the EIA and the EIAR.
I also lead on community engagement and I am committed to ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to view, discuss and provide comment on the proposals.
Head of Communications
I support the team in helping to build relationships with communities and stakeholders throughout all development stages.
I am also responsible for working with communities to explore the opportunities that a wind farm can deliver and help to ensure that the local area can maximise these.
UK Development Director
Finley brings almost a decade of experience to Fred. Olsen Renewables. As UK Development Director, Fin has been building a team that is experienced, trustworthy and passionate about the role that renewables will play in a net zero future.
Assistant Project Manager
Nathan joined Fred. Olsen Renewables as an intern. He has now progressed to the position of Assistant Project Manager, supporting the team to bring forward projects in partnership with close collaboration with communities, stakeholders and statutory consultees.