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Ireland's renewable resource mapped

Ireland's renewable energy resource has been mapped out in a study by ESB International -- an arm of the Electricity Supply Board -- in conjunction with the UK's Energy Technology Support Unit (ETSU). The assessment was supported under the EU's Altener program for support of renewable energy infrastructure initiatives. It looks at the potential for renewable technologies that could deliver power at less than I£0.1/kWh for discount rates of 8-15% by 2000 or 2020. And shows Ireland's practicable resource, taking account of economic, environmental, planning and grid constraints.

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