A proposal of application notice has been submitted to Fife Council for the initiative at Glenniston Farm, Lochgelly,
And people will be able to find out more at a public meeting later this month.
The proposed Glenniston Solar Panel Project is located on farmland to the east of Loch Gelly, approximately 0.5km north of Auchtertool.
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Ian McLean, Locogen Consenting director,, said: “We are really excited about this project, which we believe fits well with the Fife Council plan to “Support the development of a mix of energy generating and distribution technologies that will meet future national and local energy needs”.
“It also contributes to our national carbon reduction targets and provides a long-term secure source of affordable energy at a time when increases in international energy prices are deeply concerning.”
The public consultation, hosted by solar developers Livos Renewables and Locogen, will be held in Auchtertool Village Hall on July 25.