Ugly Duckling of Clean Energy Has Chance to Make Splash

Jutting out into Dublin Bay is a peninsula where Ireland’s capital city puts some of its less lovely buildings. There is a water treatment works, a gas-fired generating plant and two faded red and white, 680-feet high chimneys from a former coal-fired power station – now, ironically, under a preservation order. As of last year, there is another massive structure on the Poolbeg peninsula.

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