Power provider E.ON announced it is set to change the name of an onshore wind farm to be built in Scotland.
The Inverneill wind farm will now be called Allt Rubha, named after a watercourse on the site. Up to 19 turbines could be installed, with a total capacity of 49MW.
E.ON is also inviting local community members from Argyll, a region of western Scotland, to attend a final exhibition and consult on the development.
Emma Clark, Senior Project Developer at E.ON said: “The upcoming public exhibition will be a great opportunity for local people to view the plans in more detail and share their opinions with us before we submit final planning proposals.”
The energy firm started building a 288MW wind farm in the North Sea last month.