Lewis Wind Power is the developer of the proposed Stornoway Wind Farm, which would harness the incredible wind resource on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides.
The project would deliver competitive, low cost power for consumers across Great Britain, and also create significant economic opportunities on the islands.
The wind farm is a key part of the business case for the proposed new grid connection with the mainland and to the development of onshore wind power on Lewis, which it is estimated could generate several hundred local jobs and add up to £33m annually to the local economy.
The Stornoway Wind Farm would be located to the west of the town of Stornoway in an area close to the three existing wind farm sites.
Lewis Wind Power, through its subsidiary Stornoway Wind Farm Limited, has been developing the Stornoway Wind Farm since 2010, working closely with the community landlord, The Stornoway Trust.
Registered in Scotland, the company is a 50:50 joint venture between EDF Renewables and Wood.