Construction commences on the installation of a 3MW Enercon E101 wind turbine at the DePuy facility in Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork.
Successful commissioning of a 2MW single turbine at Lynemouth, Northumberland, England.
Wind Energy Direct are please to announce they have been awarded the project management of Enercon E101 turbine installations at the Janssen & DePuy facilities, Ringaskiddy, Co Cork. The services WED will supply for these projects are:
- Wind & Yield Analysis/ Modelling
- Turbine Tender Process
- Consultancy on Turbine Supply Agreement (TSA)
- Project Managed Construction Phase to Client Handover (TOC)
- PSDP/ PSCS
- Grid Connection Process
- Balance Of Plant – Electrical/ Civil
A happy new year to all our clients, contacts and suppliers from all the team at Wind Energy Direct!
WED UK team submit two planning applications in Scotland for autoproduction turbine projects at Belliston Quarry, Arncroach, Fife and Jenkinsons, Bo’ness, Falkirk. The WED UK team have also secured planning permission for a wind anemometry mast at a site in South Wales.
Wind Energy Direct has received consent from An Bord Pleanala to erect a wind turbine with a tip height of 125m at the Grady Joinery facility, Brackloonagh South, Charlestown, Co Mayo. Work will start on a turbine supply contract and BOP contracts early in the new year. This project is an autoproduction site.
Wind Energy Direct has received planning consent from Monaghan County Council to erect a wind turbine with a hub height of 80m and rotor diameter up to 90m at the Castlecool Facility, Tullynamalra, Lough Egish, co Monaghan. This project is an autoproduction site.
Construction commences on the install of an E82 2.3MW wind turbine in the North East of England. Full production Q1 2013…..more to follow.
Wind Energy Direct completed the commissioning of this project in February 2012 following joint testing with Enercon the turbine manufacture. The turbine will generate a significant portion of Astellas’s electricity needs and also provide the associated carbon reduction benefits.
All of the 6th class of Dromclough NS attended the Young Scientist Exhibition in Dublin in January, where they took part in the Primary Science Fair. Their project was: “Wind as a Force of Destruction and a Source of Energy”, which drew much attention in Dublin from visitors to the Fair.
The pupils enjoyed their trip to the Science Exhibition very much, where they also had time to view other projects by primary and secondary school pupils from around the country. The completion of the project, under the direction of class teacher Mrs. K. Trench, was a big
undertaking but the pupils benefitted considerably from using their investigative skills, conducting various experiments and from the knowledge they accumulated. In the course of ompiling the material they visited Blennerville Windmill and the Pallas Wind Farm. With the assistance of parents they built operational miniature windmills and turbines. Some outside speakers also provided very interesting and up-to-date information.