Derrysallagh Windfarm consists of ten GE 3.2MW turbines with a total capacity of 32MW. It has been operational since July 2020.
The wind farm produces enough electricity to power around 17,500 Irish households every year and avoids the release of just under 29,000 tonnes of carbon emissions, which is equivalent to taking around 9,500 cars off the road.
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Derrysallagh Community Fund
Energia, has set up a €30,000 annual community benefit fund to support community groups operating within a 5km radius of its Derrysallagh wind farm on the border of Counties Sligo, Roscommon and Leitrim.
Groups from Glen, Ballyfarnon, Geevagh and Arigna are encouraged to apply for grants of up to €3,000 for projects which will benefit the local community. The fund prioritises energy saving and sustainability goals.
For further information on how to apply, please visit the Community Foundation for Ireland website, www.foundation.ie.
It’s breath-taking to see a wind turbine up close.
Our Derrysallagh Wind Farm team are keen to facilitate school visits and classroom talks on wind energy.
If you have any questions about our operational wind farms, development sites, bioenergy plants or renewable energy projects, please contact our Community Liaison Officer by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone +353 (0) 87 9944952.