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Airtricity is to acquire Phoenix Supply, the Northern Ireland-based natural gas supplier, from Phoenix Energy Holdings.

Airtricity is planning to set up a new operational base in Lowestoft to service the Greater Gabbard offshore wind farm, including the creation of 120 jobs and a helicopter landing pad operated by Bond Air Services.

Airtricity has won permission from Dumfries & Galloway Council to build a £32m wind farm with 11 turbines on Whiteside hill near Sanquhar.

Airtricity and Fluor have won a contract for the development of the £1.2bn 500MW Greater Gabbard wind farm 16 miles off the Suffolk coast, and work is due to start in 2009.

Airtricity, the wind farm developer, is seeking a suitable site in Inverclyde to set up a new UK headquarters for its 20 staff, and 30 new jobs will be created over the next three years.

Airtricity has announced plans for the development of a £50m wind farm with 36 turbines at Braes of Doune in Stirlingshire by mid-2006.

Airtricity has won planning permission to set up a £10m wind farm at Bessy Bell Mountain between Strabane and Omagh by early next year.

Airtricity is looking to raise up to £84m to fund the expansion of its renewable energy business, including a wind farm off the coast of Suffolk.

Airtricity has won planning permission to build a £16m wind farm with 13 turbines at Tappaghan Mountain in Fermanagh.

Airtricity is to build a £21m wind farm at Ardrossan in Ayrshire by the middle of next year, with construction being carried out by Vestas Wind and McAlpine Business Services.

Airtricity is planning to create up to 50 jobs in Northern Ireland over the next three years, having formed a new subsidiary to offer cheaper electricity to small businesses, and is currently seeking approval for two wind farms in Fermanagh and Tyrone.