Irish company creates eight new global solar and wind projects worth €3.1bn

12th February 2014  To: 12th February 2014

Mainstream Renewable Power, an Irish renewable energy company has announced to begin work on eight new solar and wind projects to the tune of €3.1bn in four continents.

The company is one of the largest suppliers of renewable energy in the world, already providing 19GW of energy, and plans to add another 1,000MW with the new project.

Mainstream Renewable Power also intends to create new plants in Chile, Canada, Scotland, and South Africa, where it has already established significant projects to date.


The largest of the eight new projects will be established in Scotland, with a 450MW wind farm off the coast of Fife that is expected to start generating renewable electricity from 2017. Three further projects with a combined capacity of 360MW will begin construction this year in a partnership with Globeleq, one of Africa’s largest energy companies.



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