Offaly

Ballycommon Wind Energy Information Group

Clonbullogue, Bracknagh, Rathangan Wind Turbine Awareness Group

Croghan Community Opposition Windfarm Group

Danger Overhead Powerlines

Edenderry Wind Action Group

Geashill Wind Information Group

Garryhinch Wind Energy Awareness Group

Offaly Wind Energy Information Group

Rhode Parish Wind Turbine Action Group

Tubber Windfarm Information Group

Killurin, Annaghmore, Gorteen wind turbine awareness group

Banagher and Garbally Wind Information Group

Concerned residents of Spink

Kilcormac/Kinnity WIG

Waterford

BAT Ballyduff Araglin Tallow Pylon Information Group

Bride And Blackwater Against Pylons

Cappoquin Rethink Engery

Comeragh Against Pylons

Comeragh Against Turbines

Comeragh Rathgormack K9 Pylon Prevention

Deise Against Pylons

Dungarvan Against Wind Turbines

Dungarvan Aglish Drumhills

Help Save the Glen of the Glasha River

Irish People Say No to Pylons

No More Masts in Kilmeaden

Portlaw Against Pylons

Waterford Against Eirgrid Pylons

Waterford Wind Aware League

Water Eirgrid Action Group

REPORT: Initial findings of the UK Cotton Farm Wind Farm long term community noise monitoring project: 16 – 19 November 2014

This paper provides early results of a long term study of community impact from wind farm noise and uses of the data obtained. A continuously recorded database of noise collected under different meteorological conditions has allowed detailed analysis of particular characteristics such as amplitude modulation and also the reliability of assessment methodologies for predicting and quantifying impact.

Click here to read the full article:  Internoise – 2014 Melbourne Australia (16-19 Nov 2014)

 

It’s an ill wind… Should Ireland stop building wind farms? Newstalk, 14 November 2014

A massive €74m wind farm is opening today between Limavady and Coleraine in Northern Ireland. It is one of the biggest wind farms on the island, but it comes at a time when some analysts are saying that the Republic of Ireland might not have much left to gain by pursuing wind power.

Click here to read the full article: Newstalk – 14 November 2014