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Domaine pommier – 11 kWc

Client:
Web Genius Lab
Date:
June 11, 2019
Category:
Energy
Tags:
wind turbine, energy, tips

How Wind Energy is Created

IRecco Group is among the world’s leading renewable energy solutions provider that is revolutionising and redefining the way sustainable energy sources are harnessed across the world. Present in 18 countries across Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa and the Americas, IRecco is powering a greener tomorrow with its strong competencies in renewable energy systems. IRecco`s extensive range of robust and reliable products backed by its cutting-edge R&D and more than two decades of expertise are designed to ensure optimum performance, higher yields and maximum return on investment for the customers. The solar energy industry is long-standing and can be quite lucrative even as it stays innovative, expanding into wide-reaching areas of the world.

The people I meet who service our turbines are special: They`re proud of what they do, and they take their jobs very seriously. It`s not an easy environment to work in. When you`ve experienced standing on the top of an 80m high turbine, swaying in the wind like a ship at sea, you really respect what they do. It takes a cool head and a lot of courage. The solar energy industry is long-standing and can be quite lucrative even as it stays innovative, expanding into wide-reaching areas of the world.

Wind Turbines are Cheap

Wind energy is currently the largest contributing resource of renewable energy in Ireland. It is both Ireland’s largest and cheapest renewable electricity resource. In 2018 Wind provided 85% of Ireland’s renewable electricity and 30% of our total electricity demand. It is the second greatest source of electricity generation in Ireland after natural gas. Ireland is one of the leading countries in its use of wind energy and 3rd place worldwide in 2018, after Denmark and Uruguay. Statistics on wind energy can be found in SEAI’s Energy in Ireland and Renewable Energy in Ireland reports. A detailed annual update on the status of wind energy in Ireland and globally can be found in the IEA Wind Annual report.

  • Digital project planning and resourcing
  • In-House digital consulting
  • Permanent and contract recruitement
  • Developers and technical architects
Wind turbines that meet the required European and international standards are listed on the SEAI Triple E register for accredited energy efficient equipment. Listed wind turbines qualify for a favourable depreciation regime for corporation tax under the Accelerated Capital Allowances scheme, V.A.T. refunds for the installation of wind turbines for agricultural use by farmers and must be used in all public procurement of wind turbines. The primary support for wind energy is the Renewable Energy Feed in Tariff (REFIT). This scheme guarantees a price for wind energy output for fifteen years.