Carnsore Wind Farm

Carnsore Wind Farm


Carnsore Wind Farm


Carnsore Wind Farm is an onshore wind power station on County Wexford’s south east coast.

The visually impressive windfarm comprises 14 wind turbines and sits on a flat parcel of land that is bordered by the coast on two sides. The windswept coastal area has a lonely atmosphere and could fit a variety of filming needs. The wind turbines’ size can add an uneasy sense of scale to shots, or their sleek looks can add a cutting-edge feeling to films.

Traditional hedges crisscross the site and give the location some visual variety. An extensive walking trail travels around the edge of the location and goes from Carnsore Point Beach all the way to Churchtown. The ruins of St Vogue’s Church are located near the centre of the site, and a second ruined building can be found near the south edge of the windfarm.

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Operated by Hibernian Wind Power Ltd, which is a subsidiary of the ESB.

Dimensions: The area of the windfarm is around 1km by 500m.

Parking: Onsite, fits ~5 cars. More parking available by Carnsore Point Beach.

Nearest town: Wexford, 24km away.

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Photographer: Gordon Wycherly


Hibernian Wind Power, Carnsore Wind Farm, Nethertown, Carne, Co. Wexford, Ireland, Y35 F6AW


Hibernian Wind Power (ESB)

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