Second annual Irish Wind Awards celebrates record-breaking year

Almost 400 people from Ireland’s largest renewable energy industry gathered at the second annual Irish Wind Energy Awards in Dublin last week, to celebrate an industry with a focus on climate action

2nd February, 2020
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MKO were the Overall Winner on the night, from left: Brian Keville, MKO, Kevin O’Donovan, Statkraft (main sponsor), and Michael Watson, MKO

With an election around the corner, climate change has never been more of a talking point on the doorstep. In fact, a new Interactions opinion poll published for the Irish Wind Energy Awards found that 79 per cent of Irish people back wind energy, with the majority of those polled (55 per cent) saying climate change would influence how they vote in this coming Saturday’s election.

It was timely, then, that the wind energy industry...

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