Deliveries to Sneddon Law wind farm in full swing
Abnormal loads specialist Collett has started the deliveries of 49-metre long blades to the Sneddon Law wind farm. The 15-turbine site, located in East Ayrshire, Scotland is comprised of Vestas V100 wind turbines, each featuring 130m tip height.
Collett deployed its specialist fleet of trailers to deliver the units to the wind farm. Nacelle and hub are delivered using heavy step frame trailers, the blades are delivered using Nooteboom super wing carriers and the tower sections are delivered using specialised tower adapters. All components are transported from Glasgow’s KGV Dock.
Sneddon Wind Farm
Being developed by Community Windpower, one of the leading developers in the UK onshore wind industry. CW’s current portfolio consists of eight operational wind farms, located in Scotland and the company is now developing solar farms, collating green hydrogen production and implementing battery storage systems.
Sneddon Law Community Wind Farm will generate enough electricity to power approximately 29,600 homes and will displace around 50,800 tonnes of Carbon Dioxide per annum. The wind farm will have an installed capacity of 30 MW to generate clean, green electricity, and is scheduled for completion before the end of this year.