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Gaelectric is planning to develop a £300m compressed air energy storage facility at Larne in Co Antrim, with the creation of 200 jobs.
Gaelectric has won approval for two wind farms at Cloonty and Corby Knowe in Antrim, with the creation of 20 jobs.
Gaelectric has won planning approval to build a 15MW wind farm at Inishative in Co Tyrone, with the creation of 20 jobs.
Gaelectric has won planning permission to build a new £18m 11MW wind farm at Cregganconroe in Co Tyrone.
Gaelectric has won planning permission to build a £5m wind farm with six turbines at Carn Hill in Newtownabbey by 2011, which is one of several projects it is currently planning in Northern Ireland.
Gaelectric is planning to invest up to £200m in a scheme to store wind power in the form of compressed air in salt caverns beneath the Antrim coast, with the creation of about 200 jobs.