Bord na Móna is an Irish, semi-state climate solutions company helping lead Ireland towards a climate neutral future. It was founded in 1934 as The Turf Development Board to enhance national energy security through peat harvesting and became Bord na Móna in 1946. Today, we have radically changed our approach to face an even greater challenge: climate change. We have ended peat harvesting and now focus on developing climate solutions in renewable energy, sustainable waste management, carbon storage, and biodiversity conservation. We have been constructing and maintaining large-scale infrastructure for decades. Today, we are using that experience to build renewable energy developments across the country.
In line with this strategy, Bord na Móna is proposing to develop a wind farm on Derryadd Bog, located in south Co. Longford. Derryadd bog is adjacent to the communities of Derraghan, Keenagh, Killashee and Lanesborough.
The proposed development will be known as Derryadd Wind Farm.
We intend to develop the proposed wind farm on Derryadd, Derryaroge and Lough Bannow bogs located in South Co. Longford.
Bord na Móna has developed a draft wind turbine layout for the proposed Derryadd Wind Farm
We are committed to keeping the local community informed about the project with regular updates, information about public events and newsletters.
Queries and FAQs
We understand that you will have questions about the wind farm and have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions.