EU member states have approved a €90m grant for a compressed air energy storage project in Larne in Northern Ireland. The grant is part of €444m funding proposed by the European Commission for 18 European energy infrastructure schemes that was given the green light today by member states.Other projects gaining support include €40.25m for the 700km SuedLink in Germany, which will link wind power generated in the north to consumer centres in the south of the country.Another €40m will go to the Sincrogrid transmission project between Croatia and Slovenia. Full article HERE.
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