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Offshore wind monitoring begins

Eight applications have been lodged for licenses to install wind monitoring equipment off Ireland's coast. Among the major players known to be looking offshore are an Anglo-Irish consortium of the Electricity Supply Board, Saorgus Energy and PowerGen Renewables; England's Renewable Energy Systems; and Treasury Holdings, a property group and holder of a sizeable chunk of power purchase contracts under the Alternative Energy Requirement III. It has teamed up with beleaguered Belfast shipyard Harland and Wolff.

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