Cullenagh Wind Farm

The wind farm is being developed by Coillte and is located in the Cullenagh Forest in Co. Laois. The wind farm was granted planning permission in June 2014 and construction is planned to commence in 2017 and is scheduled to enter commercial operations in 2018.

Capacity: 45MW

Homes powered Annually: Approximately 30,000 homes

Energy Produced: 130,000MWh

Number of Turbines: 18 Turbines

Type of Turbine: TBC 

  • Total turbine tower height TBC
  • Length of each blade: TBC
  • Height to tip of blade: 131.5m

Location: The Cullenagh wind farm is located 10km south of Portlaoise, Co Laois

Co-ordinates: 52°56'23.7"N 7°15'14.6"W

Community Fund: Approx. €67,000 annually over 25 years

Current Status: Pre-Construction

For further information please see our most recent publications below:

Cullenagh_CommunityUpdate_Mar16

Cullenagh_Newsletter_June16

Cullenagh_CommunityFund_Guidelines

Cullenagh Screening_for_Appropriate_Assessment

Cullenagh Environmental_Impact_Assessment_Screening_RT

Cullenagh Met Mast Screening Assessment 2014

 

For more information on the project please contact Coillte at:

Cullenagh Windfarm Project
Unit A4 Parkside, 
Abbeyleix Road,
Portlaoise, 
Co. Laois

Email: Cullenagh@coillte.ie 

Phone: 057 864 3606 (9am to 5pm Monday to Friday; closed for lunch from 1 to 2pm)

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