Windfarm energy ‘is the key to alternative power’

When SWS Group’s 45-megawatt (MW) windfarm project in Kilgarvan, Co Kerry, is fully commissioned in the next few weeks, it will have the capacity to light up 30,000 homes in the county.

22nd April, 2006

When SWS Group’s 45-megawatt (MW) windfarm project in Kilgarvan, Co Kerry, is fully commissioned in the next few weeks, it will have the capacity to light up 30,000 homes in the county.

The Kilgarvan project will be the group’s largest windfarm electricity plant to date, but it will be overtaken in size once SWS’ planned 87MW windfarm in Knockacummer, north Cork, is up and running in the next couple of years.

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