An Evening in Ireland with Wind Energy

The use of wind energy in Ireland is likely to triple in the next two years according to Paul Kellett, technical manager, Sustainable Energy Ireland’s (SEI) Renewable Energy Information Office.

Cork, Ireland – April 3, 2003 [] Kellet released details of an ‘Information Evening’ in Cork, Ireland which will address the future of wind energy development in Ireland. The conference will take place on Wednesday April 9, 2003, at the Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork starting at 6.30 p.m. The information evening will focus on some of the topical issues facing the development of wind energy in Ireland, including the results of SEI’s recent study ‘Public Attitudes to Wind Energy and Wind Farms in Ireland’ and the integration of wind turbines onto the Irish landscape. The conference will also report on the development and current status of Ireland’s first wind atlas and look at the options for financing a wind project. This event will be of interest to anyone wanting to find out more about developing a wind farm and in particular landowners, farmers (and their associations) looking to support diminishing rural incomes, financiers, planners with responsibility for wind farm applications and county development plans, local authority engineers, energy consultants and manufacturers, wind energy developers, energy consultants, local authority engineers and manufacturers. Early registration is highly recommended, places are strictly limited to 100 delegates. For further information and to book a place at this event contact Paul Dykes (REIO Marketing Manager) direct on Telephone 023 29146 or Email: Alternatively, delegates can book online at the link below.
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