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With EDF Renewables UK and Roxburghe Estates' long-standing and deep connections with the area, Dunside wind farm has the potential to make a lasting and valuable contribution to the Scottish Borders, generating clean, green energy, empowering local communities, and supporting Scotland’s net zero carbon targets.

As Scotland’s economy transforms, the project will generate funds to support vital traditional skills, enhance the environment and enable individuals and businesses to evolve to a greener, cleaner economy.

EDF Renewables UK is one of the country’s leading renewable energy companies and has worked closely with the landowner, Roxburghe Estates, which has a long-standing commitment to projects that help to preserve and enhance the area’s landscape and biodiversity.

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Dunside wind farm aims to be recognised as a force for good, generating renewable energy; empowering local communities and supporting Scotland’s net zero carbon targets.

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EDF Renewables UK and Roxburghe Estates have committed to working together to deliver a project that is:

Progressive by creating and sustaining employment – particularly jobs that matter to local communities, that use the latest technology and support a green economy.

Collaborative – demonstrating care for the Scottish Borders, and respect for the area’s heritage, traditions and, importantly, the people who live and work there. Working together the applicant is committed to engaging with local communities and to using their collective knowledge, expertise and connections to make a positive difference through the project.


At the heart of the project is a commitment to being good neighbours, sharing information and ideas, being respectful and acting with integrity at all times.

Our aim is to be good custodians – ensuring we plan for the long term and demonstrate care for nature, the environment and the area’s unique biodiversity and built heritage.

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EDF Renewables UK is a subsidiary of EDF Group, one of the world's largest low carbon electricity companies. Our investment and innovation is reducing costs for consumers and brining significant benefits for communities. With our operating portfolio of 41 renewable energy sites including battery, onshore and offshore wind (together totalling 1.5GW) we are providing much needed affordable, low carbon electricity. We have an expanding portfolio with almost 15GW of projects in planning and development, including wind, battery and solar PV.

We have 11 operational onshore wind farms in Scotland consisting of around 530MW with a further 2GW in the planning and development. In addition, construction is well underway on the 450MW Neart Na Gaiothe (NnG) offshore wind farm. The permanent Operations and Maintenance base in Eyemouth will house 50 staff when the wind farm is operational.

In 2023 in Scotland, more than £1.7 million was awarded from EDF Renewables UK's wind farm community benefit funds.

We’re ambitious for Scotland’s energy future and are committed to working closely with the Scottish Government and local communities to help Scotland become a net-zero nation by 2045.

get in touch

We are committed to communicating with and responding quickly to the needs, interests and concerns of local communities. There are a number of ways in which you can get involved and be kept informed of developments.


Send email queries to: info@dunsidewindfarm.co.uk


Telephone the Dunside project team on: 0123 456 7890


Write to EDF Renewables, United Kingdom,
Atria One, 144 Morrison Street, Edinburgh, EH3 8EX.

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