Crosbie Wind Farm
Galileo is exploring the potential for an onshore renewable development, Crosbie Wind Farm, on an upland area in between the towns of West Kilbride, Dalry and Fairlie in North Ayrshire.
We are in the initial stages of the proposed project’s development and we would like to start a conversation with the local community about how a sustainable development project in the area could help to support the local economy and actively contribute to Scotland’s renewable energy and climate change targets.
The initial proposals envisage:
- Up to 13 turbines, with a maximum tip height of up to 200m.
- A Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) to store the renewable energy that is produced on the site.
- The proposal will have the capacity to generate over 78MW clean, green energy.
- Crosbie Wind Farm could power up to 51,289 homes per year – ref: https://www.renewableuk.com/page/UKWEDExplained
We are in the initial stages of the proposed project’s development. We want to start a conversation with the local community about how a sustainable development project in the area could help support the local economy in North Ayrshire and actively contribute to Scotland’s renewable energy and climate change targets.
Our upcoming public consultation exhibitions are an opportunity to meet the team, find out more about the early-stage proposals, ask questions, view visualisations, and learn more about the community benefit opportunities:
Monday 20 November 2023
- 4pm-8pm – Dalry Community Centre, St Margaret Avenue, Dalry, KA24 4BA
Tuesday 21 November 2023
- 10am-2pm – Whitlees Community Centre, Carrick Place, Ardrossan, KA22 7DT
- 4pm-7pm – West Kilbride Village Hall, 1 Arthur Street, West Kilbride, KA23 9EN
Wednesday 22 November 2023
- 10am-1pm – Millport Development Association Hall, The Garrison, Millport, KA28 0DG
- 3pm-7pm- Fairlie Village Hall, Main Road, Fairlie, Largs, KA29 0AD