Saturday February 22, 2020

Wind sector braced for year of ‘stagnation’

An industry lobby group has warned about delays in the government’s rollout of the Renewable Energy Support Scheme, which will not now be ready until next year

25th August, 2019

The Irish wind energy sector is facing at least a year of “stagnation” due to delays in the government’s rollout of a new support scheme, an industry lobby group has warned.

Irish Wind Energy Assocation (IWEA) chief executive David Connolly said operators would have to contend with a long delay between the closure of the government’s current renewable energy feed-in tariff (Refit) scheme in March 2020 and the launch of its...

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