Coillte and ESB have come together to form a new joint venture company called FuturEnergy Ireland
Combining the Irish State’s strongest assets and expertise in renewable energy development, FuturEnergy Ireland’s mission is to maximise the potential of our unique wind and land resources and accelerate Ireland’s transformation to a low carbon energy economy.
Our ambition is to develop more than 1GW of renewable energy capacity by 2030 and make a significant contribution to Ireland’s commitment to produce 80% of electricity from renewable sources by the end of the decade.
Driving the development of the highest quality, commercially successful and locally supported renewable energy projects in Ireland
FuturEnergy Ireland’s aim is to develop best-in-class wind farms with the support of local host communities thereby enabling Ireland, and its people, to combat climate change and contribute to a better, brighter world.
Our Land. Our Air. Our Power.
We want to develop renewable energy projects in a way that is good for society and local communities, sharing the economic benefits and making a contribution to amenities.
Co. ClareThis project is a co-development with Mid Clare Renewable Energy Windfarm Ltd