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Standard Brands Sustainable Willow TV Ad

Here’s the final master of the 30 second TV commercial I shot with Guerillascope Ireland for Standard Brands about their use of sustainable grown Irish willow for use in their Irish Fire logs. Creative concept and production by Guerillascope Ireland. Three location shoot, including playing chicken between a drone and a combine harvester (not recommended!). […]

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Enspec Power’s Harmonic Filter Installation

Enspec Power are a UK electrical engineering company specialising in reactive power compensation, harmonic filtration, point-on-wave controlled switching solutions and power system studies.They recently won the contract to install a harmonic filter on the new Coillte / Bord Na Mona joint venture ‘Sliabh Bawn Wind Farm’ in Roscommon. I was commissioned to photograph the installation […]

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Business Day Earth Cover story image

One of the nice things about photographing Renewable Energy projects is that the images tend to have a longer shelf life than, say a current affairs story or public relations assignment that may only be relevant for 24 hours at a minimum, or a week at most. Such was the case that an image I […]

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Gaelectric Roosky Wind Farm Launch

Renewable energy and energy storage group, Gaelectric, has officially launched its ninth operating wind farm at Roosky, 2.5km south of Ballaghaderreen in Co. Roscommon. Roosky Wind Farm will generate sufficient power to meet the electricity needs of approximately 2,200 homes, contributing in CO2 savings emissions of c. 5,500 tonnes. The €9m wind farm is Gaelectric’s […]

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Mainstream Renewable Power Noupoort Wind Farm film

Earlier this year, I traveled to South Africa to cover the construction of Mainstream Renewable Power’s latest wind energy development, the 80MW Noupoort wind farm. As well as my primary assignment to photograph the wind farm – including it’s construction, I also created a film about it’s construction including an interview / narration by Pule […]

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Gaelectric Leabeg Windfarm launch

Renewable energy and energy storage group, Gaelectric, officially launched its ninth operating wind farm at Leabeg, 6 km southeast of Ferbane in Co. Offaly. Leabeg is a 4.6 Megawatt wind farm comprising of two German-made Enercon wind turbines. It will generate sufficient renewable power to provide 12,000 megawatt-hours of electricity which is sufficient to meet […]

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NTR plc Quarry Road Wind Farm

NTR plc have recently installed their latest ‘single turbine’ project outside Banbridge, Northern Ireland. Consisting of a Vestas 250kw, turbine, it is the the most recent in a long line of single turbine projects the company has been building upon in Northern Ireland over the last few year. With the recent announcement of a €250m […]

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Gaelectric Monnaboy Wind Farm, Northern Ireland

RENEWABLE firm Gaelectric has just opened its third wind farm in Northern Ireland, a four-turbine facility in Eglinton, Co Derry. The latest project at Monnaboy on Loughermore Mountain represented an investment of £16.8 million. As part of the pre-launch, I spent time on the wind farm near Eglinton photographing the site from morning till sunset, […]

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Mainstream RP Noupoort Wind Farm, South Africa

The 35 big turbines of Noupoort Wind Farm (NWF) in the Northern Cape are on track to begin producing renewable energy for the South African power grid in July 2016. At peak power production, these turbines will collectively be producing up to 80 megawatts of electricity, which is enough to power approximately 69 000 homes. […]

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New website for Renewable Energy Giant Gaelectric

One of Ireland’s top renewable energy companies Gaelectric have just launched their new re-vamped website to the world. Produced by FTI consulting and designed by Begley & Hutton, it showcases the company’s latest projects and investments, as well as it’s people and divisions. Although their previous website worked well, recent major investments and expansion meant […]

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