GIG gets offshore wind project in Ireland: Green Investment Group (GIG) has obtained the producer of a wind farm located in Galway, Ireland.

The purported Sceirde Rocks project is an advanced 400MW offshore wind farm, that is forecast to produce enough energy to power as much as 295,000 homes.

GIG Project Director Séamus McCabe stated: “The Sceirde Rocks project is set to be a flagship development for the West of Ireland, which is home to one of the best wind resources in the world.”

Ireland has determined its aim on having 70% of its electricity requirements covered by renewable energy sources. In order to achieve this, over 5GW of offshore wind is forecasted to be generated in 10 years time.

GIG gets offshore wind project in Ireland

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