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Renewable energy course attendees in Scotland reassured

Workers signed up for renewable energy courses in Scotland have been advised that a series of green power projects will go ahead in spite of the fate of a Skycon turbine power plant.

Speaking to Business Green, a spokeswoman for Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) stated that it still expects to receive 152 wind turbines as per the contract signed by the companies.

She stressed that the collapse of Skycon will not affect SSE's plans for introducing several wind farms in the country - news that is likely to be well-received by tradesmen on renewable energy courses.

The online news provider explained that the turbines due to be delivered by Skycon are set to be used at a site in Clyde that is expected to become one of the largest onshore wind farms in Europe.

Morning Star reported that Skycon purchased the now-closed Argyll plant from Vestas in 2009 and noted that its demise will have a significant impact on the local economy.

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