After a three year planning process, in October 2007 we received planning consent from Highland Council to start develop the new wind farm at Rosehall. Construction was completed in January 2013.

Following a site search across the Highlands area, Rosehall was found as a great location. We carried out all necessary environmental studies to ensure there will be no major effects on local people or on wildlife. The South and East Sutherland Local Plan are supportive of wind power in appropriate locations where any adverse effects are minimised.

In 2015, Rosehall generated enough electricity to power the equivalent of around 15,000 homes.*

*Based on an annual average domestic household consumption of 4,115kWH (source: Renewable UK)

Site Statistics
Location 2.5km north east of Rosehall
Project scope  19 turbines 
Turbine height  Up to 59m to hub, 90m to blade tip 
Total power  24.7MW 
Status Operational