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The company behind the €8bn Greenwire project to export wind energy to the UK has predicted the rate return from the project for Westmeath alone would be €4m per annum - or 40 per cent of the county’s annual rate take.
The company behind the Greenwire windfarm project received a boost from an unexpected source this week with the news that the British Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned a leaflet which stated ‘home values will fall’ if sited near wind turbines.
Element Power, the firm behind the Greenwire wind energy export project has outlined details of its community benefit programme which could see Westmeath clubs and groups benefit by up to €50m over its projected 30-year lifespan in addition to a similar figure in rent and rates to landowners.
The MidlandsIreland.ie Best in Business Awards were held in The Tullamore Court Hotel last Friday.
Element Power, the company planning to install 750 wind turbines across the Midlands in a €1.2bn project to export electricity to the UK, has confirmed it is to host a series of information days throughout the five counties in June and July.
A local Labour TD has firmly nailed his colours to a 130m mast, when he publicly declared his opposition to the windfarm proposed for the Midlands at a meeting this week, but was contradicted on a number of points in a later address by the CEO of the firm behind the project.