Fifth prosperity deal in Northern Ireland aimed at boosting renewables

Northern Ireland’s environment regulator is continuing to encourage companies to go above and beyond compliance with its fifth prosperity agreement

AES' Kilroot power station in County Antrim. Photograph: Rossographer/Geograph.org.ukEnergy company AES UK & Ireland has pledged to boost its renewable energy technology, reduce carbon emissions and improve biodiversity in return for a new relationship with its environmental regulator.

The firm, which owns two power stations in County Antrim, signed a ‘prosperity agreement’ with the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) on 16 June.

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