Wind firm developer and planners warned of Donegal bog instability
The bog slide that took place in November polluted rivers and devastated wildlife
The firm behind a controversial wind farm in Donegal that is at the centre of investigations concerning a bog slide that severely polluted rivers in the area had previously claimed that the risk of a peat slippage on the site was “trivial and tolerable”, the Business Post has learned.
The wind farm is being developed by Invis Energy, a joint venture between Michael Murnane, an Irish green energy investor, and Asper...
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