The Fetlar Wind AGM is to be held tomorrow - Saturday 1st October, at the Central Public Hall, Sellafirth, Yell. The AGM is being held in Yell to try and make it a little more accessible to members. Members should already be in receipt of the details and timing. Any members meaning to attend are requested to RSVP, to help us assess likely numbers.Read More
Following the closure of our share offer on the 26th of November, Sharenergy have been working hard over the last few days to collate the share applications and ensure that we meet all the deadlines for the SEIS and EIS schemes. Fetlar Wind is now gearing up with our contractors for the turbine installations, which should be starting shortly. We will keep you updated as the project progresses.
Fetlar Wind are delighted to announce that they have now secured enough funding to allow their small wind development to go ahead, after the share offer closed at midnight on Thursday 26th November.
Our share offered closed for applications at midnight on Thursday. Many thanks to all who have contributed through buying shares or donations. No further applications will be accepted. If you are still looking to invest in green energy please visit www.energydash.org which still has projects open for applications or donations which need support.
EIS shares are still available for investors as we have now reached our SEIS limit. EIS offers a generous 30% tax relief. Please remember that emailed applications and cleared funds must reach us by midnight on Thursday the 26th November in order to qualify for tax relief.
We are really close to meeting our target, with funding now standing at over 97%. Help us get to 100%. There may be a very small number of SEIS shares left, but we can still offer EIS on all other shares.
Our project is now over 90% funded and applications are still coming in. A limited number of SEIS shares are still available. These are being allocated on a first come basis. However EIS will still be available on all share applications after our SEIS shares have finished.
Fetlar Wind is now over 75% funded. SEIS shares still available.
Share offer two thirds of the way to funding target. Deadline for electronic applications extended to 26th November.
The Fetlar Wind share offer now is two thirds of the way to its funding target and the deadline has been extended for electronic applications.
A huge thank you to all the people who called by the stand at Clickimin over the weekend. It was good to meet so many people and get such positive feedback. We will be in Aith in the Rankin lounge at the hall on Monday 16th from 4pm -8pm and then in Lerwick at Mareel on Tuesday 17th, provisionally 1130am to 6.30pm.
By investing in our project you will help us show that community energy is an excellent way of meeting climate change targets. Helping our project and community and hopefully many other communities with aspirations to deliver green energy projects. The goverment meanwhile look like they no longer expect to meet their legally binding targets. The goverment meanwhile look like they no longer expect to meet their legally binding targets.
The Fetlar Wind turbines were officially opened at a short ceremony in Fetlar on Friday 1st July. After a few words from Robert Thomson young Darcy Cook accompanied by Principal teacher of Fetlar Primary - Katy Hay were invited to cut the ribbon to mark the official opening of the project. Afterwards they each were presented with flowers by Fetlar Wind director Colin Thomason. The small crowd was then treated to a light lunch with cake at Fetlar primary school.Read More