Six N90/2500 turbines will go to a wind farm in the Republic of Ireland and six N80/2500 turbines to an installation in Northern Ireland, says German manufacturer.
Grouselodge wind farm in County Limerick, in the Republic, is installing Nordex turbines with a goal of supplying 67 GWh of energy each year. Curryfree wind farm near Londonderry in Northern Ireland, is intended to yield 50 GWh a year.
Both wind farms belong to the investor and operator ESB International, which has worked with Nordex – along with the constructor Renewable Energy Systems Ltd – to install 75 MW of turbines in Northern Ireland over recent years.
“We have built up a strong customer base of internationally successful developers and power plant operators in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland,” said Bryan Grinham, CEO of Nordex UK and Ireland.