The public will get to examine plans for a 17-turbine windfarm in Shetland during public exhibitions next month.
Peel Energy plans to instal the 475ft devices as part of the Beaw Field Windfarm on Yell.
A planning application could be lodged by the end of the year but now the firm is working on the second round of public exhibitions.
The developer said that initial events in April suggested strong support for the plans.
The exhibition will include details of the design and feedback from the previous exhibition.
There will be additional information on various studies carried out on the site such as ecology and cultural heritage and more detail on how the site will be accessed during the construction phase.
And there will be details about the decision-making process and how members of the public can give their views.
Residents will also be able to ask questions about the scheme.
Bernadette Barry, development manager for Peel Energy said: “We are very grateful to local communities for their strong support for the project and we are keen to ensure the process of engagement and feedback continues right up to and throughout the construction and operation of the Beaw Field Wind Farm.
“In particular, we are keen to explain how the final design has evolved as a result of technical and environmental studies we have carried out as well as feedback collected previously from local communities”
“The people we have built relationships with locally have been very well informed and their feedback has been invaluable in the design of the proposed wind farm. I am sure we will get the same level of interest at this set of exhibitions and I would encourage as many people as possible to come along to learn more and ask any questions they might have about the plans.”
The exhibitions will be held at the Burravoe Community Hall on Tuesday October 6, and at the Mid Yell Community Hall the following day.
Both will be open from 2pm-7pm.