Drumduff wind farm

Located on the site of a disused coal mine, Drumduff is a symbol of Scotland’s transition to clean, modern power.


Project summary

Land once used to operate a polluting fossil fuel site is now home to three wind turbines which we co-own and operate alongside GreenPower. The project was initiated by a family consortium who sold it to us in 2016. The wind farm was officially opened in 2018 by Alison Johnstone MSP at an open day for local residents to see the turbines up close.

Lying next to the wind farm is Blawhorn Moss National Nature Reserve, an area of peatland, home to a rich and diverse ecosystem that’s crucial for tackling biodiversity loss. We’ve worked with NatureScot to extend the boardwalk at the nature reserve so that local residents can enjoy this area of natural beauty.

Operational Since







Blackridge, West Lothian

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