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ESB ready for green pivot with Moneypoint renewable energy hub

The Irish Times 10 Apr 2021
Second is the building of a 1.4 GW floating offshore windfarm off the coast of Clare and Kerry with Equinor, the ESB’s Norwegian partner for the project, in two phases at a cost of “€2 billion plus” – with the first power scheduled for 2028 with the capacity to power 1.6 million homes ... you’ll see the windfarm”, Dollard says.
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TMID Editorial: Labour Party - Abela must denounce his predecessor

Independent Online 10 Apr 2021
There were also those who should have known better and yet stayed silent, elders like George Vella, Alfred Sant and George Abela ... We still await full investigations into the shady deals of Crane Currency, Electrogas, the hospitals privatisation, the sale of Enemalta to Shanghai Electric, the Montenegro Windfarm project, to name but a few ... .
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Boss of green energy investment firm has plan to power homes

This is Money 03 Apr 2021
... storage projects across the UK and Europe.� ... Future acquisitions could include solar projects on the Iberian peninsula in Spain, where the costs of installing solar panels have 'come down hugely', Mahy says, as well as investments in windfarms in Sweden, Germany and France.�.
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Boss of £2.6bn green energy investment firm tells of bold plans to power homes: 'I'm ...

The Daily Mail 03 Apr 2021
... battery storage projects across the UK and Europe ... Future acquisitions could include solar projects on the Iberian peninsula in Spain, where the costs of installing solar panels have 'come down hugely', Mahy says, as well as investments in windfarms in Sweden, Germany and France.
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How green is your 'green' energy tariff?

The Observer 02 Apr 2021
There are three ways an energy supplier can offer a renewable energy tariff even if they do not own any renewable projects ... The four deals that make the grade are all from Good Energy, which sources clean electricity directly from 1,600 renewable energy projects across the UK, and runs its own solar and windfarms too.
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Long reliant on oil and gas, Oklahoma is emerging as a leader in renewable energy

The Oklahoman 02 Apr 2021
A number of sweeping wind farms are being erected on the rolling plains of northwest Oklahoma as part of a $2 billion project by Invenergy. . Another wind project owned by Duke Energy Renewables in the northern part of the state just went online this month ... Frontier II is the second phase of a project the Duke Energy unit started years ago.
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Subsea 7 joins forces with Simply Blue in Salamander Floating Windfarm Project (Subsea 7 SA)

Public Technologies 29 Mar 2021
Subsea 7 joins forces with Simply Blue in Salamander Floating Windfarm Project. Subsea 7, a global leader in the delivery of offshore projects and services for the evolving energy industry and Irish blue economy developer Simply Blue Energy have joined forces to develop the Salamander floating wind project, off the North East Coast of Scotland (UK).
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UK startup Octopus Energy becomes renewable energy giant in £3bn deal

The Observer 26 Mar 2021
Octopus Renewables was founded 21 years ago and owns a string of wind and solar projects in the UK, including several rooftop solar assets in Manchester and Birmingham and windfarms in South Lanarkshire and Northamptonshire ... solar energy projects after divesting from fossil fuels.
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Rewilding: Thousands of oysters to be returned to UK waters after 95% decline since 19th century

The Independent 25 Mar 2021
Their restoration project aims to bring oysters back to the seabed in Langstone Harbour, near Portsmouth on the Hampshire coast. The project will seek to transform marine biodiversity and water quality in the Solent - the strait which separates Hampshire and the Isle of Wight - which was once home to Europe’s largest oyster fishery.
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Project Explores Design for Large Floating Wind Power Installations

The Maritime Executive 16 Mar 2021
A demonstration project is being launched for an innovative offshore wind energy technology for large-scale floating power generation projects ... While the project seeks to demonstrate the capabilities in U.K ... In addition to demonstrating a 35 to 40MW floating wind project, the team ...
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Crowley and ESVAGT to Develop SOVs for US Offshore Wind Energy Sector

The Maritime Executive 16 Mar 2021
“This partnership will marry Crowley’s transferable engineering, vessel operations, project management, and logistics experience in the U.S ... ports and renewable energy projects built on the U.S ... potential windfarm installations due to come online in the next few years.
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'Super deduction' is unlikely to be the most effective use of a £25bn tax break

The Observer 03 Mar 2021
One can usually take a mental break when the budget speech turns to capital allowances. It’s the tinkering bit. This time was different ... So spend £10m on new equipment and reduce your taxable income by £13m, as the chancellor put it ... It didn’t happen in the budget ... Public money was used to back green projects from windfarms to street lighting systems ... .
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Challenge to €70m Kildare wind farm to be fast tracked

The Irish Times 22 Feb 2021
There was a failure to consider the impact of the proposed development with a nearby solar power project, it is further claimed ... The proposed windfarm had been through a lengthy planning process and, if given the go ahead, would create some 160 jobs during a projected 18-month construction period, the developer claims.
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Three top share tips to profit from the boom in rare earths

Yahoo Daily News 18 Feb 2021
Massive new windfarm projects in South Korea and elsewhere are set to be a huge drain on resources.Story continues ... It is also financing new exploration and production projects outside China ... NdPr - neodymium and praseodymium, used in windfarm turbine magnets - has gone from $40,685 a tonne a year ago to £63,064 in January, to $72,543 today.
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Internal Enemalta investigation on Montenegro wind farm scandal handed to police

Independent Online 16 Feb 2021
An investigation by Times of Malta and Reuters found that 17 Black, the Dubai company owned by Yorgen Fenech, made a profit of €4.6 million from Enemalta's purchase of a windfarm in Montenegro. The Maltese government announced in November 2015 that it was acquiring the project through Enemalta ... .

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