Project Being Constructed


  • Site area: 54.57 hectares
  • Capacity to generate 31.5MWp of clean energy
  • Maximum height of panels 3.2m
  • 6 Single storey MV substations
  • Community Benefit Fund available of approx. €88,000 per annum
  • Associated planning works include access tracks, drainage works, temporary site compound, grid system services and associated underground electrical cabling to connect the project to the nearby substation
  • Project expected to be generating energy by Jan 2024

Project Proposal

The impacts of climate change on our world are indisputable. We are all being challenged to consider the role we play in climate action and how we can reduce our reliance on costly and polluting imported fossil fuels. The world is getting warmer, and extreme weather events are a frequent occurrence. We cannot stop climate change, but we can take action to address it. Renewable energy development is a vital part of that action.

Price hikes have put huge pressure on households and businesses, and exacerbated the cost-of-living crisis. Our electricity demands are also on the rise and providing sufficient supplies to avoid potential power shortages has become ever more challenging.

Furthermore, energy security in Ireland has come into sharp focus. Having our own secure energy supply will shield us from global market energy price increases and continue to help protect families and businesses from the worst effects of a crisis caused by our reliance on fossil fuels. We can tap into our own natural resources and roll out clean, affordable energy that won’t break the bank.


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At Statkraft, we are very much aware of the importance of having a mix of renewable technologies to deliver climate action. We build and operate both solar projects and wind farms, and in every project we develop, thoughtful consideration is given to what is appropriate for a local area.