Friday June 5, 2020

Parkwind hoping to unlock potential of Oriel field

The answer to the climate target conundrum is blowing in the wind

30th June, 2019
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European firm Parkwind hopes to begin commercial operations in the Oriel field off the coast of Co Louth by the early 2020s

Hot on the heels of the government’s all-singing all-dancing climate action plan earlier this month, it seems that an old project may be about to get a new lease of life.

The Oriel Windfarm off the coast of Dundalk has been in the offing since the early 2000s, when the impending doom of climate disaster seemed that little bit further over the horizon than it does currently. The project never quite got off...

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