windfarmWe’re welcoming the announcement of two new windfarm developments which have been granted planning permission last month – Glemore Windfarm an Carrigarierk Windfarm.

AGEC has worked with planning consultants McCarthy Keville O’Sullivan Ltd. (MKOS) to secure planning permission for Clare Winds Limited, for a wind energy development in the townlands of Glenmore, Boolynamweel, Boolynaknockaun and Furoor, near Kilmihil, Co. Clare, Ireland.

The permitted renewable energy proposal constitutes the provision of 12 no. wind turbines with a maximum overall blade tip height of up to 136.5m. The permission also provides for an anemometry mast, substation, and all associated site works. The permitted wind farm will provide sufficient renewable energy to power circa 15,700 households annually, representing approximately 13.4% of households in County Clare.

AGEC has also worked with planning consultants MKOS to secure planning permission for Keel Energy Limited, for a wind energy development in Gurteen and other townlands in Co. Cork, Ireland. The permitted renewable energy proposal constitutes the provision of 5 no. wind turbines with a maximum overall blade tip height of up to 140m. The permission also provides for an anemometry mast, substation, and all associated site works. The permitted wind farm will provide sufficient renewable energy to power circa 9,000 households annually, representing approximately 5.3% of households in County Cork.