Firm seeks to get the turbines turning at new wind farm

28th November, 2014

Limerick-based business advisory and accountancy firm HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan has worked with a number of businesses in the wind energy sector in recent years, specifically with a view to raising funds through BES and latterly the EII Scheme.

This year, the firm is offering an EII Scheme investment opportunity in Tullabrack Wind farm located outside Kilrush, Co Clare. This follows on from the firm’s successful fundraising for Kilmeedy Windfarm Ltd with circa €2 million...

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