Microsoft inks 15-year deal to buy power from GE's Irish battery wind farm

Michael Holder
The 15 year PPA will see Microsoft use all the power from GE's wind farm | Credit: GE

The 15 year PPA will see Microsoft use all the power from GE's wind farm | Credit: GE

The 37MW Tullhennel onshore wind farm in County Kerry will provide electricity to support growing demand for Microsoft Cloud services from Ireland

Microsoft has inked a 15-year deal to use 100 per cent of the power generated by GE's 37MW Tullehennel onshore wind farm in Ireland, in order to support growing demand for the software giant's cloud services....

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