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DCCAE publishes policy following consultation launched in January Benefits of interconnection to Irish energy security, competitiveness and sustainability are recognised, including “lower long term cost of electricity”
We were delighted to meet local people and businesses in Co. Wexford as we continue our public consultation the project.  The exhibition in Fethard on Sea was well-attended by the community, who came with plenty of questions on the project and its potential impacts, which our team was able to...
As part of the continuing public consultation on the Greenlink Interconnector, details have been announced of a public exhibition next week (27th June) in County Wexford, Ireland. 
Greenlink Interconnector Limited, the developer of the 500MW electricity interconnector project between Ireland and the UK [1], has welcomed the consultation paper published yesterday by the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) [2] detailing expected Irish consumer benefits from the project...
Operations have begun at the Tynemouth Battery Energy Storage System (BESS), developed by Element Power and owned by the Italian electricity utility, Enel S.p.A. (“Enel”).
Greenlink has appointed leading engineering consultant, WSP, to its €400m electricity interconnector linking Wales and Ireland - one of Europe’s most important energy infrastructure projects.
Commercial operations have begun at the Coollegrean Wind Farm in Co. Kerry, Ireland, following completion of commissioning of the 17.5MW project by construction manager Element Power. Element Power developed the project and has managed construction for the owner, NTR, since May 2016.
Greenlink has appointed Intertek to provide marine environmental and planning support for its proposed 500MW, €400million electricity interconnector project between Ireland and Great Britain. Simon Ludlam, Greenlink’s Project Director, said;
Details have been announced of the first round of public consultations for the proposed Greenlink interconnector, which will stretch approximately 170km under the Irish Sea to connect the electricity transmission networks in Wales and Ireland.
Element Power’s plans for a new wind farm in Co. Offaly, Ireland, have been approved by Offaly County Council.

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