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Plans 100-acre solar energy farm in Kilkenny
by Fearghal O'Connor
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12 November 2017
On 12 November 2017 Independent.ie reported:
Elgin Energy is seeking permission for a major 100-acre solar photovoltaic (PV) farm in Kilkenny, adding to its Midlands-wide solar power play. The application is just the latest in a slew of proposals by developers for solar farms on sites right across the country over the past year, following a significant fall in the cost of solar PV technology. Elgin ... has applied to build the power installation at a 39.6-hectare site close to the village of Ballyragget. The proposed solar farm will provide 25mw of power to the national grid ... Elgin said that the proposed project in Ballyragget ... would eliminate 300,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions over its lifespan.
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The company has received permission to build a 35-acre solar farm in Carlow. It has also been given the green light for farms in Laois, Offaly, and Westmeath. It is also seeking permission for a development close to Athboy, Co Meath ...
Industry insiders said that the scheme could potentially have a major impact on the solar industry and its development in Ireland.
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