Obton & Shannon Energy Aim For 1 GW Solar In Ireland
Obton & Shannon Energy To Expand In Ireland, Aiming To Install 1 GW Solar PV Capacity By 2026 With €750 Million Investment
Wednesday, 05 May 2021
Danish solar PV company Obton A/S has upped its ambition to expand in the solar PV market of Ireland along with its local partner Shannon Energy – together they plan to install 1 GW of solar PV capacity in aggregate by 2026.
New JV To Develop 500 MW Solar In Ireland
Obton & Shannon Energy Join Hands For Up To 500 MW Solar Power Capacity In Ireland With €300 Million Investment Through Joint Venture
Friday, 10 Jan 2020
Ireland finally seems to be turning into an attractive renewables market with its auction scheme that will run some rounds.
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