IrishEnergy Net offers an up to date online map with all consented, proposed, under construction and operating utility-scale energy and renewable energy projects in Ireland. Our online map is the best place to get informed about the name, the owner, the generating capacity and the location of the projects.
IrishEnergy Net as a subsidiary of La Tene Maps has a collection of poster and pdf maps of all utility-scale energy and renewable energy projects. The maps are reviewed and produced on an annual basis by La Tene Maps.
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“There were many champions during last week’s snow and storm, and Ireland’s wind energy was among them. Our green resource stepped up to the mark supplying an impressive 58% of our electricity needs on Friday. Other days also showed similar impressive stats with 44% of Ireland’s electricity met by wind energy on Thursday and 43% on Wednesday last.
As a nation we continue to excel in this area. We are proud that even the ‘Beast from the East’
It was with great sadness that I learnt of the passing of Brian Britton this week. When it comes to people who have shaped our industry, you don’t have to look much further than Brian. He was visionary, brave and forward thinking. His legacy will be felt by generations to come. On a personal level, I had the privilege to work closely with Brian on a range of projects, and I never failed to be impressed by his passion, his deep industry knowledge and absolute integrity. On behalf of
84% of adults in Ireland are in favour of wind power in Ireland according to a survey published today by the Irish Wind Energy Association (IWEA). The results of the survey, which was carried out by Interactions in October 2017, show 47% of Irish adults polled said they were are strongly in favour of wind power in Ireland while a further 38% favour it. Overall this is a 4% increase in favourable attitudes towards wind power compared with similar research in 2013.
Scale of change needed in Ireland requires bold measures the public are willing to embrace
The Irish Wind Energy Association has welcomed the outcome of the Citizens’ Assembly meetings on the issue of climate change, describing the work of the assembly as “extremely professional and respectful.”
IWEA Head of Communications and Public Affairs Adam Ledwith commented: “The work undertaken by the members of
Our online map provides information about the name, the owner, the developer and the generating capacity of the operating projects.
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