The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the UK and Ireland last week is predicted to give way to many turbines being developed across the Irish Midlands.
A report published on the BBC News website says that wind developers are gunning to find sites across the midlands of Ireland on which to place large turbines, so the electricity can be exported to the UK via undersea cables. One developer, Element Power, told the BBC that the turbines will be clustered across 5 counties. These were shown to be Meath, Kildare, Laois, Offaly and Westmeath.
The MoU – signed last week by UK energy Secretary Ed davey, and Irish Energy Minister Pat Rabitte – is the first step in the process of implementing a green energy trading scheme between the countries. No decisions about the electricity generation have been finalised.
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