Wind farms on the bog of Ireland could provide UK electricity

Guardian: Hundreds of wind farms could be built on the great bog of Ireland to generate electricity exclusively for the UK's national grid under plans being considered by ministers. Element Power, the company behind the £5 billion proposals, hopes to build more than 700 turbines and transport power through two dedicated undersea cables across the Irish sea. Company executives met Ed Davey, the cabinet minister in charge of climate change, and civil servants to discuss the plans this summer. The plans......

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