Braemore WIND FARM

Wind energy

Wind turbines harness the wind to generate electricity. Research has found that renewable energy, including wind, could reduce the UK’s dependence on imported fossil fuels which, in turn, could protect UK consumers from the volatile and rapidly rising cost of fossil fuels. The electricity generated by wind could replace electricity generated from conventional power stations, reducing the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions.

Power generation from low carbon sources has therefore become increasingly important in light of the consensus on man-made climate change. To reflect these priorities, the Scottish Government has set targets that seek to meet 100% of Scotland’s electricity demand from renewable sources by 2020.

You can show your support for wind energy in a number of ways:

  • Write in support to your MP, MSP, Local Councillor or Community Council
  • Join other wind energy supporters at
  • Encourage friends and family to support wind energy too

We would love to hear from people who support wind energy, so please get in touch and tell us if you are in favour of our proposal.


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