is an offshore wind farm that is being developed on the Kish and
Bray Banks in the Irish Sea, 10 km off the coast of Dublin and Wicklow.
Ireland has one of the best wind resources in the world. By harnessing
this resource, we can create jobs, help to combat climate change
and increase Ireland’s security of energy supply.
With a potential installed capacity of 520 MW, the Dublin Array will
generate enough green electricity to meet the demands of over 450,000
The power generated will be available to be exported to the United
Kingdom, where there is a significant demand for renewable energy.
By contributing to the export of renewable energy, Dublin Array can
make a significant contribution to Irish government energy policy
Dublin Array will provide a very significant economic stimulus to
Ireland which will result in foreign investment, sustainable job
creation and a new source of long term revenue for the State from
foreshore rent, income tax and corporation tax.
Dublin Array is being developed by Saorgus Energy Ltd, an independent
Irish owned company with 18 years’ experience in all aspects
of wind energy.