Thousands of people have signed a petition against the plans
Developers behind proposals for Europe's largest community wind farm in Shetland are to revise their plan after a wave of protests from objectors.
The Viking Energy project, for 150 turbines, is a joint venture between Scottish and Southern Energy and the island community.
Concerns have been raised by islanders, as well as RSPB Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage.
A revised environmental statement will not be submitted until next year.
The delay means a planning application on the project will not be submitted before March next year at the earliest.
It has been estimated the project could make £37m a year locally and create many jobs.
However, thousands of people have signed a petition against the plans.