Statkraft has secured planning approval to build its 126MW Energy Isles wind farm in Shetland.
Up to 18 turbines are cleared for installation at the site on the island of Yell.
The developer said it aims to begin construction in 2025.
Statkraft is progressing two other wind farms across Shetland following its acquisition earlier this year of the 72MW Beaw Field and 48MW Mossy Hill projects from Peel NRE.
Principal project manager for Energy Isles Rebecca Todd said: “This is one of Statkraft’s most important projects, and will generate a significant amount of renewable electricity, while improving energy security.
“Alongside this, Energy Isles will deliver at least £18.9m through a Community Benefit Fund for local people.
“This would not have happened without the vision of Shetlanders who started this ambitious scheme back in 2012 and who have supported it all the way through.
“We’d like to thank the people of Shetland and the Energy Isles Consortium for their drive and determination to decarbonise the North Isles and the hard work and backing for the project that they have provided.”