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Company lodges 21-turbine plans

Proposals for a 21-turbine wind farm near the Scotland-England border have been lodged with planning authorities.

Developers RES said the scheme at Solwaybank, south west of Langholm, could supply power to 24,500 homes.

It has submitted a full planning application for the scheme with Dumfries and Galloway Council.

A company spokesman said it believed the project could make a "significant contribution" to Scotland's targets for renewable energy.



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