Oweninny Power 2 DAC has commenced the construction of Phase 2 of the Oweninny Wind Farm, which when complete, will have an installed generating capacity of 172MW.
Building a brighter future
We construct and maintain large-scale infrastructure to help meet strategic national targets for renewables.
Decades of experience in logistics and infrastructure
The scale of Bord na Móna’s operations has always been large. In our fuel harvesting days, we built and maintained three power stations and two briquette factories, served by a private rail system larger than the national public and freight network operated by Iarnród Éireann. Temporary track, locomotives and peat transporting wagons were designed and fabricated in our own workshops. We’re no strangers to solving problems of infrastructure and logistics at a national and international level.
We envision a future where Ireland enjoys energy security from renewable sources and a thriving circular economy driven by efficient recycling. We use our hard-won knowledge and experience to deliver renewable energy, recycling and waste solutions right into the homes that need them.
Developing ambitious infrastructure projects to meet Ireland’s needs.
Locations across the country
From wind farms to recycling plants, Bord na Móna has a wide range of large-scale infrastructure across Ireland. Many of our sites are open to the public.More about our locations
Large-scale projects in development
We’re working to meet tomorrow’s needs by developing new, large-scale projects in renewable
energy and resource recovery.
The draft design comprises of 18 turbines with an overall blade tip height of 200 metres.
Designed to generate 75MW of electricity, and will provide 21 km of walking and cycling tracks.
Designed with an installed capacity of 96MW, and up to 26km of amenity access.
Designed for more than 85MW export capacity, with 18 km of amenity access.
The draft design comprises of 26 turbines with an overall blade tip height of 200 metres.
The draft design comprises of 50 turbines with an overall blade tip height of 220 metres.