Farr Wind Farm

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Farr Wind Farm
Approaching Wind Farm from East - geograph.org.uk - 1010402.jpg
View of Farr Wind Farm from the east
Country Scotland, United Kingdom
Location south of Inverness, Highland
Coordinates 57°19′30″N 04°05′39″W / 57.32500°N 4.09417°W / 57.32500; -4.09417Coordinates: 57°19′30″N 04°05′39″W / 57.32500°N 4.09417°W / 57.32500; -4.09417
Status Operational
Commission date May 2006
Owner(s) Innogy
Wind farm
Type Onshore
Power generation
Units operational 40 x 2.3 MW
Make and model Bonus 2.3MW turbines
Nameplate capacity 92 MW

Farr Wind Farm is located some 10 miles south of Inverness in Scotland, to the south-east of the Farr area, and to the west of the A9 road. It comprises 40 wind turbines with a total installed capacity of 92 megawatts (MW). Every year the wind farm generates enough clean electricity to meet the average annual needs of some 54,000 homes - enough to supply more than half the homes across the Highlands of Scotland.[1]

The windfarm is staffed by members of the Siemens Hub 7 service team .

See also

References

  1. ^ Farr Wind Farm

External links

  • Wind of change
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