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New Project Creates 2,000 Wind Farm Jobs for Ireland and the UK


Sharing renewable energy capabilities and demands makes for cozy partnerships between countries — Ireland and the UK are setting an example of such. The wind farm will be worth about €8 billion. The two countries have signed a contract that sets up wind farms in Ireland and exports some of the energy, via undersea cables, to the UK. This lovely cooperation also creates about 2,000 green jobs between the two countries. It’s a win-win! Source: Power Engineering

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