IWEA

AcronymDefinition
IWEAIrish Wind Energy Association
IWEAInternational Workshop on E-Activity
IWEAIllinois Water Environment Association (est. 1979)
IWEAIsle of Wight Enterprise Agency (Isle of Wight, UK)
IWEAIncomplete Wheat-Elymus Amphiploid
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Dr Michael Walsh of the IWEA said any reduction in supports would cost jobs and undermine foreign investment here.
Dr Michael Walsh, IWEA chief, said: "The expansion of Northern Ireland's renewable resources will present a huge opportunity to dramatically reduce its 99% energy dependence on imported fossil fuels, facilitate the growth of a highly competitive industry and create over 1,300 green jobs."
He added: "The IWEA's assessment that wind energy can become a significant employer here in Northern Ireland and the Republic is absolutely correct.
Details of the study were given to delegates at a Galway conference organised by the Irish Wind Energy Association (IWEA).