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AIB plans solar farm on Bankcentre roof

21st June, 2015
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AIB chief executive David Duffy

AIB has applied for planning permission to turn the rooftops at its Ballsbridge HQ into a massive solar farm, writes Jack Horgan-Jones.

A planning application lodged with Dublin City Council details a scheme spread across the roof and car park areas of Bankcentre head office.

The scheme is being co-developed with Irish solar developer and investor Power Capital. It is understood that the bank hopes the project will provide up to 5 per cent of...

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