We support both on and offshore renewable energy schemes provided they have no impact on the surrounding environment and wildlife, or if the effects are minimised through appropriate siting, design, construction and operation. Where these conditions can't be met and there will be negative effects on protected habitats and species, we will object to a scheme.
An application for an 11-turbine offshore wind farm north of Aberdeen has been consented by the Scottish Government.
Campaigning to ensure that the Able UK Marine Energy Park is wildlife friendly and not detrimental to nature.
The implications of the wind farm on the areas birds and the nearby habitats needs to be fully assessed.
A windfarm was proposed near Fort Augustus. We were initially concerned as the site is close to breeding common scoters.
We worked closely with Scottish Power Renewables, to deliver considerable habitat mitigation to benefit breeding waders.
Plans for a nuclear power station on the Blackwater Estuary threaten internationally important species and habitats.
Fantastic news, permission for a biofuel project which could have destroyed Dakatcha Woodland has been refused.
Wind farm at Eisgein would threaten an important population of golden eagles and slow the spread of white-tailed eagles.
The Falkland Islands are home to spectacular wildlife including important populations of seabirds and penguins.
Four commercial scale offshore wind farms have been consented and proposals for more wind farms are in development.
We are pleased to report that planning permission for two turbines has been refused.
Initial public consultation has been undertaken by Scottish Power Renewables, who hope to construct a large wind farm.
We have objected to this windfarm due to the very high collision risk for golden eagle, white-tailed eagle and red kite.
We have objected to a proposal for 6 wind turbines on Hoy, Orkney, predicted to have negative impacts on iconic species.
We are delighted Peel Energy announced a withdrawal of its application for the coal-fired power station at Hunterston.
In October 2015 consent was granted for five floating wind turbines approximately 25km off the coast of NE Scotland.
Scottish Government is considering two offshore wind farm applications which represent large-scale development.
We are concerned about a major wind farm proposal on a site which could have significant impacts on important species.
We must work hard to ensure any renewable energy development is sited in the right place with minimal impact to nature.
Pentland Firth & Orkney Waters offer significant renewable energy resources in the form of wave and tidal activity.
A proposal for wind turbines near Beckingham Marshes to ensure wildlife and reserve management is unharmed.
The Sizewell C development has the potential to have a major impact on one of the UK's most wildlife-rich areas.
We are concerned that Community Windpower Limited is pursuing a wind farm project in an important wildlife site.
The application for a 14-turbine windfarm at Stacain was refused by Scottish Ministers in October 2009.
Though we objected to proposals, removing turbines & providing impacts to be verified meant we could drop our objection.
A windfarm, which we objected to due to significant effects on birds of conservation concern, has been granted consent.
Scottish and Southern’s 33-turbine wind farm at Strathy North was consented although RSPB Scotland maintained objection.
We objected to the 39-turbine windfarm and took part in a public inquiry but Scottish Ministers granted consent in 2018.
A wind farm likely to have a significant impact on protected birds & habitats has been consented by Scottish Ministers.
The Severn Estuary and its wildlife is under threat from a proposal to build a tidal barrage to generate electricity.