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Community Windpower News
CWL plan Public exhibitions for the resubmission of the Hill Rig Community Wind Farm - 21st January
Community Windpower Ltd (CWL) will be holding Public Exhibitions for their proposed Hill Rig Community Wind Farm scheme located near Carluke in South Lanarkshire which is being pre
Community Windpower are Extremely Disappointed by RSPBs Campaign to Snub Spango - 15th January
Since Community Windpower’s resubmission of the proposed Spango Community Wind Farm in November 2014, RSPB Scotland have actively tried to hinder the planning application.
Christmas Hampers are gifted to the North Ayrshire Foodbank - 18th December 2014
Community Windpower donates 100 festive hampers for local people in crisis this Christmas
Christmas Hampers for Dunbar families - 17th December 2014
Community Windpower donate £10,000 for Christmas Hampers for families in need during this festive period.
Planning Application Resubmitted for Spango Community Wind Farm
Community Windpower Ltd are delighted to announce that their planning application for Spango has been resubmitted to and validated by Dumfries and Galloway Council
Public Exhibitions for Blackshaw Community Wind Farm proposal - 26th & 27th November
This is an opportunity to view the plans for the proposed wind farm
Latest Industry News
MPs call for a ban on fracking in order to meet carbon targets - 26th January
A committee of MPs have called for a moratorium on fracking on the grounds that it could derail efforts to tackle climate change.
Oil companies are using our atmosphere as ‘an open sewer’ - 23rd January
Fossil fuels must remain unburned which will lead to the transition of clean energy easier.
Pressure put on oil firms to go green - 21st January
An unprecedented coalition of investors has pledged to put pressure on oil firms to become more environmentally friendly.
Temperatures down to -12C on the coldest night of winter - 19th January
The coldest night of the winter so far was felt in the Highlands last night, with temperatures falling as low as -12C.
Record numbers are using Scottish food banks - 16th January
According to new research, a record number of adults and children relied upon food banks in Scotland in December 2014.
Genetically modified crops could be planted in England this year - 14th January
Commercial genetically modified (GM) crops, including maize and oil seed rape could be grown in Britain, following new legislation which will be in place by the spring.
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