Landowners

Lomond Energy is a company dedicated to bringing clean power projects to life. It specialises in assisting landowners and farmers looking to diversify and has developed a fresh approach to securing new sites through joint venture and partnership arrangements, an approach which differentiates us in the market.

This has already proved successful at Muirhall in South Lanarkshire, where we worked in partnership with the landowner to secure planning consent for a 12MW wind farm which is now operating.  Elsewhere we have successfully worked with two large estates in Argyll to develop a 10.8MW wind farm project which is now operating and has underpinned the long term economic viability of the local community. We succesfully gained planning permission for a 6MW extension to the project in 2013.

We are also pleased to take projects forward along the more traditional route of a land lease arrangement, whereby we take on all project development risk and offer an attractive rental package to landowners once projects are operating.

Latest News

Sep 6, 2013

Local Benefits now flowing from Allt Dearg

Just 8 months after its completion Allt Dearg Community Wind Farm is doing just as it says on the tin... generating lots of green energy on the hill whilst providing much needed cash for community projects in and around Ardrishaig.

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Jul 9, 2013

Milnathort Future Trust reveal plans to tackle growing flooding risk

Milnathort Future Trust (MFT) have warned of an increasing local threat of flooding due to climate change, highlighting their plans to use profit generated from the proposed Milnathort Community Wind Cluster to shore up local residents against the risk.

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Jun 21, 2013

New Student Support Scheme Announced

Lomond Energy has signed a unique agreement with Clydebank College to establish an Educational Trust Fund to provide finance for student places.

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