Windy Standard Wind Farm

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Windy Standard Wind Farm

Windy Standard Wind Farm is Scotland’s first consented wind farm. Operational for over 25 years, it is one of our flagship projects and will soon be home to one of the first repowered wind farms in Scotland.
Project Overview

Windy Standard Wind Farm is Scotland’s first consented wind farm. It is located 8km north-east of Carsphairn and 10km south of New Cumnock and has been operational for over 25 years.

We have a range of activity taking place at Windy Standard. You can learn more about our repowering plans here or find further information on Windy Standard 3 here.

About Us

Fred. Olsen Renewables is one of the longest standing renewable energy developers in Scotland.

Our portfolio consists of 258 operational turbines, alongside a further 76 consented.

This, combined with our projects in Norway and Sweden, brings our total operational capacity to 787.7 MW – providing enough power for 586,201 homes.

Who we are

Your Project Team

Emily Galloway

Emily Galloway

Senior Project Manager
Emily is the main point of contact for the project. Emily is focussed on ensuring that our proposals are technically competent and manages the delivery of the environmental studies and the Environmental Impact Assessment Report that will accompany an application. Emily welcomes the opportunity to listen to local views and answer any questions about the project.

Kirsty Leiper

Kirsty Leiper

HEAD OF COMMUNICATIONS

Kirsty supports the team in helping to build relationships with communities and stakeholders throughout all development stages.

She is also responsible for working with communities to explore the opportunities that our projects can deliver and help to ensure that the local area can maximise these.

Finley Becks-Phelps

Finley Becks-Phelps

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.

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