References and Footnotes

References:

[1] Scottish Power Energy Networks (2012) RIIO-T1 Business Plan Update, January 2012, Executive Summary.
[2] RenewableUK (2015)
[3] Turbine Watch (2015)
[4] Dumfries & Galloway Council (2012) Housing information briefing note No.1, Estimates of household dwellings.
[5] National Grid (2014) Electricity Ten Year Statement, 2014.
[6] Holford Rules with National Grid Company (NGC) 1992 and Scottish Hydro Electric Transmission Ltd (SHELTL) 2003 Notes.
[7] Horlock Rules: NGL Substations and the Environment: Guidelines on Siting and Design, 2006.
[8] Scottish Power Energy Networks (2015) The Dumfries & Galloway Strategic Reinforcement Project: Routeing and Consultation Document, May 2015.
[9] Scottish Power Energy Networks (2015) Major Electrical Infrastructure Projects: Approach to Routeing and Environmental Impact Assessment.
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Footnotes

I The Scottish Government have set a target of achieving 100% of electrical energy from renewable sources by 2020.
ii This metric excludes random one-off events and represents the annual electrical energy consumed by approximately 50 homes.
iii This is the summer rating at elevated ambient temperature. The winter rating is higher, typically 132MW.
iv Load factor is typically calculated from the equation (energy supplied in a year/rating of the turbine multiplied by the hours in a year). For Southern Scotland the average load factor varies from 21% in the summer months to 37% in the winter months
v Announced by DECC on the 18 June 2015 and repeated in Parliament on the 22 June 2015
vi Residential visual amenity refers to the visual amenity experienced by residential properties including their gardens. For more information see Gillespies (2014) Wind Turbines & Pylons: Guidance on the application of separation distances from

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