Energy firms vie for wind interconnector

Three offshore windfarm companies are to submit proposals for a north-south interconnector off the east coast of Ireland.

15th April, 2006

Three offshore windfarm companies are to submit proposals for a north-south interconnector off the east coast of Ireland.

The companies will outline plans shortly to energy minister Noel Dempsey to link up the country’s three major east coast wind energy projects with the government’s planned interconnector to Britain.

This would boost Ireland’s exports of wind energy over the next five to ten years - a strategy recommended by the EU’s energy...

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