Ex-Mainstream chief Andy Kinsella launches new energy venture

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(The Irish Times) – Mainstream Renewable Energy’s former chief executive, Andy Kinsella, who quit last year before the company’s €1 billion sale, has joined forces with a Texas investment company to set up a new European wind and solar energy venture.

The new business, Aer Soléir, will be headquartered in Dublin and focus on “developing, constructing, owning, and operating a multi-gigawatt (GW) portfolio of onshore wind, solar and energy storage projects throughout Europe, ” according to 547 Energy, the US company partnering with Mr Kinsella.

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