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EDF and Eirgrid examine France-Ireland power link

Persistent power cuts in the northwest of France has prompted EDF to discuss a subsea cable link to connect to the south coast of wind power-plenty Ireland.

EirGrid reports new Irish wind power output record

EirGrid, the independent operator of Ireland’s grid, has confirmed that a new record in the power output from wind farms has been set. In early November, wind power capacity reached 1412 MW.

Up to 3500MW of wind and solar eligible for Ireland’s RESS-2 auction

Approximately 1900MW (1800GWh) of solar and 1600MW (4800GWh) of wind energy is eligible to bid for the 3500GWh pot - Cornwall Insight.

Irish grid operator faces legal challenge

The Irish state-owned network operator faces a potential legal challenge as a gas-fired power plant developer threatened action after EirGrid proposed plans to offer shorter than usual grid connection contracts.

Ireland faces data centre challenge to power demand

Data centres will consume 20 per cent of Ireland’s power generation capacity by 2025, according to the country’s main grid operator, Eirgrid.

WSP wins consultancy contract for one of Western Europe’s longest interconnectors

The Irish Transmission System Operator, EirGrid, has awarded engineering and professional service consultancy, WSP, a contract to provide expert consultancy services for the development...

Ireland’s ESB wins southern US grid contract

Ireland's ESB International and ESB National Grid, shortly to become EirGrid, together with their sub-contracting partner Accenture, have been selected as preferred bidder in the US for the SeTrans Regional Transmission Organisation.

Consortium secures EU finding for renewable energy research

A consortium of European energy companies has been awarded over €20m by the EU to fund research into the deployment of renewable energy.

EU fast tracks $1.1bn Ireland-France power link ahead of Brexit

The European Union is fast-tracking a $1.1bn power interconnection project between Ireland and France as part of an overall effort to improve the bloc’s security of supply.

Centrica plan potential battery storage facility in Ireland

Centrica have submitted a planning application for a battery storage facility in Kilkenny, Ireland. If built, it will be the largest such project in Europe.

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