Further energy developments planned for Mayo

Mayo could become a new energy centre for Ireland under government plans for further energy developments near the contentious Corrib gas pipeline in the north of the county.

8th November, 2008

Mayo could become a new energy centre for Ireland under government plans for further energy developments near the contentious Corrib gas pipeline in the north of the county.

Eamon Ryan, the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, plans to ‘‘encourage the development of a new gas plant’’ in the area and support development of the electricity grid to connect to the area. He said the government had already committed to developing a wave or...

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