Developers of an offshore windfarm planned in the Forth estuary have taken legal action after vital subsidies were withdrawn

The future of one of the UK’s biggest proposed offshore windfarms has been thrown into doubt by a row over the government support it should receive.

The Neart na Gaoithe windfarm, based in Scotland’s outer Forth estuary, would have a capacity of about 450MW of power and was originally planned to cost £1.4bn to build, though that is likely to rise to more than £2bn.

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Source: Guardian Environment