Wind power generating real savings for Northern Ireland's energy consumers

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Wind power generating real savings for Northern Ireland's energy consumers

New study calculates wind has delivered an annual saving for Northern Ireland's energy consumers every year since 2000, as the country ramps up its renewable energy capacity

Wind energy has delivered an annual payback of £4 to Northern Ireland consumers every year since 2000, according to an independent analysis by technology consultancy Baringa Partners. The report, launched...

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