Yellow River Wind Farm is a 29-turbine wind farm development in central Ireland with an installed capacity in excess of 100MW.
SSE Renewables commenced construction on the wind farm in October 2022, with the expected completion date in 2024. The project is expected to support up to 80 full-time construction jobs at peak delivery.
Once completed, the windfarm will be capable of generating enough green energy to power over 66,000 homes and offset over 70 Million Kg of carbon dioxide annually. This will help Ireland meet its target of 80% renewable energy by 2030, as set out under the Climate Action Plan of 2021.
Our focus is now on building strong and meaningful relationships with the local community surrounding the Yellow River Wind Farm.
As a responsible developer and operator, we are looking forward to working closely with the community in Rhode and North Offaly to fully realise the benefits of this exciting project.
For more information, please see our March 2023 Yellow River Wind Farm Newsletter.
|About Yellow River wind farm|
|Project Name||Yellow River|
|Proposed MW capacity||100MW|
|Potential homes powered||66,000 per annum|
|Potential carbon offset powered||80,000 tonnes per annum|
|Current status||Consented, pre-construction stage|
|Contact||We are here to answer your queries. Please get in contact with us using the details below, and our team will respond to you within two working days.|
E: [email protected] / T: (01) 655 6888
^Total annual homes powered quoted based on projected capacity, typical wind load factor of 32%, and typical annual consumption (4,200kWh). Quoted CO2 emissions abated based on projected annual MWh output and latest average CO2 Emissions (0.291t/MWh) in the All-Island Single Electricity Market, and published by the CRU in its Fuel Mix Disclosure and CO2 Emissions for 2018, September 2019.