Galileo is committed to developing projects that deliver substantial and tangible benefits locally and foster strong community relations.
Galileo has a number of projects in Development, in both Scotland and Wales, and will update Our Projects page accordingly as these are progressed.
Corr Chnoc Wind Farm
Proposed by renewable energy company Galileo, is located on land at Dunach Estate. Situated northeast of Kilmore and south of Glen Lonan, it is within the Oban North and Lorn council ward (approximately 5km east of Oban).FIND OUT MORE
Craighead Wind Farm
This proposed development of up to 10 turbines, situated northwest of the hamlet of Carnbo in Kinross-shire, will have an installed generating capacity of up to 60 megawatts (MW).FIND OUT MORE
Crosbie Wind Farm
Galileo is exploring the potential for an onshore renewable development, Crosbie Wind Farm, on an upland area in between the towns of West Kilbride, Dalry and Fairlie in North Ayrshire.FIND OUT MORE
Dorenell Extension Wind Farm and Biodiversity Enhancement Plan
Galileo has recently submitted a ‘request for scoping opinion’ to the Scottish Government regarding our proposals for a wind farm and Biodiversity Enhancement Plan (together known as ‘the project’) on land within the Cabrach and Glenfiddich Estates, approximately 10km south of Dufftown.FIND OUT MORE
Mynydd Ty-talwyn Energy Park
Mynydd Ty-talwyn Energy Park, proposed by renewable energy company Galileo, would be located on land situated approximately 4km north of Bridgend and 8km east of Port Talbot in South Wales.FIND OUT MORE
Bryn Cadwgan Energy Park
Bryn Cadwgan Energy Park, proposed by renewable energy company Galileo, is located on the Carmarthenshire / Ceredigion border, approximately 10km to the east of Lampeter, 10km to the south of Tregaron and 16km to the north of Llandovery.FIND OUT MORE