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    Friday, January 26, 2018

    The Huge Irish Seas Energy Opportunity

    Oceans of energy to be tapped

    January 22, 2018 (Irish Examiner)

    “Amid growing opposition to land-based wind and solar-power projects, [Ireland’s] renewable energy industry is looking more to the sea as an alternative energy source…[T]he Government is under pressure from the EU and global demands to replace oil, coal and gas with renewable sources. Studies show the sea around Ireland has the potential to deliver 75% of all our electricity needs…Ireland’s marine environment is 10 times the size of its land mass and researchers say it can be its] greatest energy resource…[The] vast marine resource is gaining increasing attention. A country that was traditionally ‘sea blind’ is waking up to new opportunities…The relatively shallow waters along the east coast are suitable for turbines bedded in the sea floor…[But] floating wind turbine technology opens up possibilities of providing turbines in previously undeveloped deep waters off [the] south and west coasts…Work on tidal energy [and wave energy are] also moving ahead…[as Ireland moves ahead on its opportunity to become a global leader in marine renewables…” click here for more

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