Consultation on proposed electricity generation licence for Magherakeel Wind Farm Limited


Consultation opened on . Closing date at 23:59.


The Utility Regulator today publishes notice of its intention under Article 10(4) of the Electricity (Northern Ireland) Order 1992 (the Order) to grant an electricity generation licence to Magherakeel Wind Farm Limited.

The Utility Regulator today gives notice of its intention to grant a licence to generate electricity to Magherakeel Wind Farm Limited.  Under the proposed licence the company plans to build three wind turbines with a maximum output of 7.05MW in Gortnagross, Magherakeel and Meenamullan Townlands, Killeter, County Tyrone.

A copy of the proposed licence accompanies this notice.


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