Byline: Stuart Nicolson
SCOTLAND'S green energy revolution stalled dramatically yesterday asplans for Europe's largest onshore wind farm were thrown out.
Holyrood ministers rejected the controversial proposals for almost 200 giantwind turbines on moorland in the Isle of Lewis.
They decided the development could not go ahead because of European rulesprotecting bird life and rare wildlife habitats in the earmarked area of theWestern Isles.
But business chiefs accused ministers of 'playing fast and loose' with energysupplies, claiming their stance risked the 'lights going out' across Scotland.
The SNP has made the expansion of renewable …