Windfarm Inductions
Wind
Enerco Energy is one of Ireland’s leading renewable energy developers with our core activity being the development and construction of medium to large scale windfarms. Ireland is particularly suited to wind power generation as it is positioned on the western side of Europe which allows it to take advantage of strong winds from the Atlantic Ocean particularly along the western seaboard. Expansive mountain ranges guarantee a plentiful amount of potential wind farm sites. Wind energy provides a clean, sustainable solution to our energy problems. It can be used as an alternative to fossil fuels in generating electricity, without the direct emission of greenhouse gases and there will always be wind; it is inexhaustible and renewable. Wind energy has many benefits as it is a freely available, emission free alternative to imported fuels which are polluting our environment. Ireland’s vast renewable energy resources can help us to reduce our reliance on costly fuel imports and stabilise our security of supply for future economic growth. It is envisaged that wind power will make the most significant contribution to the achievement of national and international targets for green electricity, due to its environmental benefits, technological maturity and competitiveness. Enerco Energy possess all the capabilities and resources to plan, design, develop, build and operate a successful windfarm. A sample of the projects which we have been involved with includes;






Boggeragh Windfarm
Cork
57 MW Capacity
      
Midas Windfarm
Kerry
  32.45 MW Capacity
  KMC Windfarm
Kerry
  44.35 MW Capacity
         
LP.LP Windfarm
Galway
  42.8 MW Capacity

           
Bawnmore Windfarm
Cork
25.3 MW Capacity


Knockduff Windfarm
Cork
65 MW Capacity
         
              
Killaveenoge Windfarm, Cork
25 MW Capacity

         
 
          
Slievecallan Windfarm (Under construction)
Clare
45 MW Capacity
         
  
     
Dromdeveen Windfarm
Limerick
  28 MW Capacity
   
               
     
     

Knockalough Windfarm
Galway
 
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