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  • May 8, 2015
    Farmers Journal Write about Enerpowers Wind Turbine at Meade Potato Company

    Shane Murphy writes about an Enerpower wind turbine erected on a vegetable farm in Co Meath using in excess of 15 concrete trucks of cement.

    In 2013, one of the country’s largest growers and distributers of fresh produce, Meade Potato Company, set about decreasing its hefty electricity bill. After some research, the company Enerpower was commissioned to supply, build and maintain a 300kW wind turbine on the Meade farm.

    The project only took one-and-a-half months to complete, the longest part being 28 days waiting for the cement foundation to harden.

    To vierw this article in full click here. 

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  • April 24, 2015
    Flahavan's Wind Turbine

    Right now Enerpower is working with Flahavan's and installing a 600 kWh Vestas V44 Wind Turbine. The Vestas wind turbine will be operational by June this year and from then Flahavan's will start saving money on their energy bills.

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  • April 20, 2015
    Are Wind Farm Health Concerns a Load of Hot Air?

    Australia’s peak medical agency is set to continue funding research into the health impacts of wind farms at considerable public expense, despite a barrage of studies from around the globe concluding that their effects upon the physical well-being of nearby residents are negligible.

  • January 1, 2015
    Renewable Heat Incentive Northern Ireland

    The UK government have been set a target of obtaining 15% of the UK’s energy from renewable sources by 2020.  They have already taken several measures in order to help cut down the use of traditional forms of energy (any homeowner will know that free loft insulation has been provided to help cut down on heating bills).  However, even more needs to be done, which is why the Renewable Heat Incentive, otherwise known as the RHI was set-up. 

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