Monthly Archives: November 2014


Renewables to benefit from EU’s new £250bn investment plan

november 26th

Renewables to benefit from EU’s new £250bn investment plan European Commission and European Investment Bank unveil €21bn fund designed to boost investor confidence in new infrastructure projects   European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has today unveiled details of an investment

Iberdola Opens Offshore Wind Farm

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Iberdola Opens Offshore Wind Farm Iberdrola USA has opened its first offshore wind farm, a 389 MW facility located in the Irish Sea.   The firms sister company ScottishPower Renewables, in conjunction with Dong Energy of Denmark, opened the wind

China’s Gigantic New Commitment To Renewable Energy, Explained

November 21st

China’s Gigantic New Commitment To Renewable Energy, Explained Late Tuesday night, the U.S. and China announced an historic agreement to combat climate change, a major step forward from the world’s two largest greenhouse gas emitters. Not only does the agreement hold the

Gaelectric opens €93m Co Antrim windfarm

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Gaelectric opens €93m Co Antrim windfarm   Dublin-headquartered wind energy firm Gaelectric has opened a £74m (€93m) windfarm in Co Antrim. The Dunbeg Wind Farm, above, is one of the biggest such schemes in Ireland, and has the capacity to

Going to waste: Low take-up of €70m fund to slash Irish firms’ energy bills

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Going to waste: Low take-up of €70m fund to slash Irish firms’ energy bills Irish companies are failing to tap into a €70m fund designed to pay for energy upgrades in the public and private sectors.   Only a “handful”

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