The future of clean energy lies in harvesting the power of wind

On and offshore wind farms are expected to provide 70% of Ireland‘s energy needs by the end of this decade

31st May, 2020
The future of clean energy lies in harvesting the power of wind
Dr David Connolly, IWEA

Our nation’s geographical position on the edge of Europe makes a serious case for a development of our wind energy resources, both environmentally and commercially.

Wind energy has played a key role in achieving Ireland’s 2020 renewable energy target of 40 per cent renewable electricity, but this is only the start. Wind energy, along with other forms of renewable electricity can continue to grow, according to CEO, Irish Wind Energy Association (IWEA), Dr...

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