Cloghboola Wind Farm commenced operations last year

Gaelectric has acquired the 46 MW Cloghboola Wind Farm in Co Kerry from Enercon for €60 million with funding for the deal coming through a hybrid proj(...)

President Michael D Higgins addressing Google staff. He was presented with a sketch of the famous Google sign adapted with shamrocks, designed Limerick student Evan O’Sullivan Glynn for  Doodle for Google.

Simon Carswell in Mountain View, California President Michael D Higgins used a visit to Google’s headquarters in Silicon Valley to warn against(...)

Gaelectric: increasing operational wind energy portfolio. Photograph:  Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters

Renewable energy group Gaelectric has raised €28 million in debt finance to fund the ongoing rollout of wind energy projects in Ireland. The financing(...)

Gaelectric, the renewable energy developer, has announced it has completed the purchase from Enercon of a 46 MW windfarm at Cloughboola in Kerry.

Gaelectric, the renewable energy developer, has announced it has completed the purchase from Enercon of a 46 MW windfarm at Cloughboola in Kerry.This (...)

Rosheen McGuckian:  NTR chief executive said  the market for selling US operational wind projects is very favourable.

Energy group Gaelectric will today open its €74 million Dunbeg Wind Farm, which is one of the largest wind farms on the island of Ireland.The wind far(...)

A gale of opprobrium blew up over comments by economist Colm McCarthy deriding any further investment in wind energy

Colm McCarthy, the clever but contrarian UCD economist, doesn’t mince his words. He prefers instead to mince the targets of his ire, which last weeken(...)

To the rescue? Non-bank finance is aimed at SMEs badly hit by the lack of credit, which is stifling the recovery

Eugene O’Callaghan was appointed director of the National Pensions Reserve Fund in April 2010, just six months before Ireland required a massive Europ(...)

Gaelectric has operating windfarms in Skrine in Co Roscommon and Carn Hill in Co Antrim. Photograph: Reuters

Wind energy group Gaelectric has agreed €92 million in new funding from a range of sources, including the National Pensions Reserve Fund’s loan facili(...)

The idea is to use cheap, excess power generated from wind farms during periods of low or off-peak demand to pump the air into the caverns. It will then be released to generate power when demand is high.

Wind power developer Gaelectric is joining forces with US engineering specialist Dresser Rand to invest €355 million in a new energy storage venture i(...)

A water display on the Liffey by the Dublin Port tugs after the signing of a contract by Gaelectric Holdings to co-develop three Irish wind farms in 2011. Stockholm-based Proventus recently loaned €65 million to green energy developer Gaelectric. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Swedish corporate financier Proventus, whose backers include the Nobel Foundation, is seeking to invest up to €100 million in individual Irish (...)