The second phase of the project comprises up to 22 onshore wind turbines, adding an anticipated 112 MW installed capacity. This includes six additional 180-metre turbines that have already been consented, eight 180-metre turbines of Kennoxhead Extension which is consented and a further eight turbines in a redesigned version of what was originally consented as Penbreck Wind Farm.
This redesign includes seven turbines at a maximum tip height of 220 metres plus one at 200 metres. It was submitted to the Scottish Government’s Energy Consents unit in May 2021,
Currently in development, Kennoxhead phase 2 is expected to enter commercial operation in 2024, and will bring the total installed capacity at Kennoxhead to an anticipated 174 MW.