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£50 million Belfast Harbour offshore wind terminal completed

http://www.renewableenergymagazine.com/article/50-million-belfast-harbour-offshore-wind-20130219
The terminal, the first purpose-built offshore wind harbour in the UK or Ireland, will be used to help service a market valued in excess of £100bn

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  1. s previously reported on Afloat.ie, the terminal, the first purpose-built offshore wind installation and pre-assembly harbour in the UK or Ireland, will be used as a hub to help service a market valued in excess of 100bn. Up to 300 jobs are expected to be created, ranging from welders to electricians and engineers.

    The official hand-over was attended by Northern Ireland's First and Deputy First Ministers, Peter Robinson MLA and Martin McGuinness MLA, along with Len O Hagan, Belfast Harbour's Chairman and Brent Cheshire, DONG Energys UK Country Chairman.

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