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Ireland’s Department for Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE) has pushed back the application deadline for its inaugural renewable energy auction from April 2 to April 30 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Greencoat Renewables is proposing to amend its investment policy to enable it to invest in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, the Ireland-headquartered group said on announcing its results for 2019 on Monday (March 2).
Ireland’s Department for Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE) has published the terms and conditions for its first renewable electricity support scheme (RESS) auction, despite some concerns that Ireland’s election results in February – which left no party with a clear majority – could lead to delays in the implementation of the new measures.
An international investor consortium is understood to have taken indicative offers this week for a circa 100MW portfolio of development-stage Irish onshore wind farms.