Thursday, March 30, 2017

SOLAR PANELS 'FARM'

A new planning permission application notice 
is now on display at the site in Coolroe townland on the uphill drive to Clonagam church:



Let's hope the application is successful;
anything but nuclear power.
Simultaneously, it will surely mean an end to the vast amount of Japanese Knotweed
growing along the roadside in the area, which  our environmental dept seems to have no interest in,
and which also has been a serious traffic hazard for years.
The largest solar panel farm I've seen to date can be visited at
CLOUGHJORDAN ECO VILLAGE
in North Tipperary.
There may well be others in the country.
Check out:  www.thevillage.ie

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4 comments:

  1. I wanted to thank you for this great read!! I definitely enjoying every little bit of it I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post. Josh Greenway

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  2. Nice surprise, Josh, on seeing your comment from out there in Orange County, California. The local sign re planning permission application has disappeared, maybe just stolen by some 'hooligans'. Hopefully, it's not that the application was rejected. Enjoyed looking at your own site.

    Have seen much of California over a 23 day trip out there in 1987, mainl the Sierras, including Yosemite, and the Pacific Coast. All very beautiful places! Many thanks!

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