Element Power has announced that it has taken over development of the North Irish Sea Array (NISA) offshore wind site in the Irish Sea.
Greenlink Limited, the developer of the 170km electricity interconnector project between Ireland and the UK known as ‘Greenlink’ [1], has welcomed today’s announcement from the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) [2] confirming the commenceme
Presentation by Mike O’Neill, CEO of Element Power, at the Irish Renewable Energy Summit, 31st January 2018, Dublin.
Element Power, the developer of the Greenlink Interconnector [1], has today welcomed publication by the Irish Government of a consultation on electricity interconnection [2]. 
Element Power will identify a route to market early next year for its 41MW Windy Rig and 27MW Twentyshilling wind farms... Read more
'IPP-ready' developer embarks on new business more
Element Power Limited’s plans for a new wind farm north of Carsphairn in Dumfries and Galloway, were approved today by Dumfries and Galloway Council Planning Committee.
Siikajoki municipality in Finland approves the land use plan for Element Power's 28-turbine Kangastuuli wind farm. << Click here >> to read more about the project  
Commenting on the announcement on 24th October by the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) [1] to direct EirGrid to progress to the next stage any grid connection applications for electricity interconnectors with a Project of Common Interest (PCI) [2