A new Scottish wind farm is already supplying green electricity to Amazon’s UK operational centers. ScottishPower Renewables created the 50MW, 14-turbine Beinn an Tuirc 3 wind farm on the Kintyre peninsula. Under a Power Purchase Agreement, Amazon will buy 100 percent of its production to power its data centers, corporate offices, and fulfillment hubs. Beinn an Tuirc 3 was ScottishPower’s largest wind farm built without government assistance, according to the firm. It was Amazon’s first operational renewable energy endeavor in the UK, according to the business. “By 2025, Amazon expects to be completely powered by renewable energy, five years ahead of plan,” said John Boumphrey, UK manager. Investing in sustainable energy and aiming to increase efficiency across all of our operations is just one of the many initiatives we’re doing as part of The Climate Pledge to achieve our goal of being carbon-neutral by 2040.” Onshore wind is one of the most cost-effective forms of large-scale power generation, and it will play a key role in Scotland’s future energy mix as we get closer to a net-zero economy.