RES to manage 98 MW of Irish, Scottish wind parks

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November 13 (Renewables Now) - Renewables operator RES said on Tuesday it has won three contracts for asset management services at UK and Irish wind parks with a combined capacity of 98 MW.

Under a deal awarded by Irish state-owned utility Electricity Supply Board (ESB), RES will manage the 24-MW West Durham wind park in Ireland, which uses 12 turbines. It will also start managing the 46-MW Crossdykes wind farm in Scotland’s Dumfries and Galloway council area once the power plant becomes operational in 2020, This project, which is being implemented without the use of state subsidies, is owned by Scottish developer Muirhall Energy Ltd.

RES will also add to its asset management portfolio the 28-MW Bunnyconnellan wind park in Ireland’s County Mayo of green asset manager NTR Plc.

UK-based RES noted that the latest contracts lift the combined capacity of the assets it manages in the UK and Ireland to 1,396 MW. The company did not disclose the value of the awards.

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