Technical issues plus the large presence of basking sharks named as the cause. Well one species rarely eats it’s own! The whole story from the BBC here This was a massive £5.4 billion investment in 300 turbines. Does this herald the end for off-shore wind in Scottish Waters?
A Caveat: Before we gloat too much we should consider how many onshore turbines this three hundred off-shore turbines could have replaced because the fact remains that the Scottish Government, if building off-shore proved untenable due to the demands on technology of such a hostile environment could well encourage a vast expansion of on-shore wind