Operational Wind Farm

Cornavarrow, Co. Tyrone

Cornavarrow Wind Farm is located close to Drumquin Village in County Tyrone.



Cornavarrow Wind Farm, near Drumquin in County Tyrone, was constructed in 2018.  It consists of 12 GE 3.2 turbines which have a tip height of 125 metres.  With a total capacity of 38.4 MW, this wind farm generates enough renewable electricity to meet the average annual electricity needs of more than 30,000 homes.

Maintenance updates

We will post operational and maintenance updates here.

Cornavarrow and Slieveglass benefit fund

We want local people to see and feel the benefit of renewable energy through our community benefit funds, which support community groups, voluntary organisations and environmental projects situated near our wind farms.

We have set up a joint Cornavarrow and Slieveglass community benefit fund, which is administered by the Fermanagh Trust on behalf of Energia.  Over the 25-year lifetime of the two wind farms, the fund will provide £2.4 million in community grants.

The Fermanagh Trust estimate that the combined Cornavarrow and Slieveglass fund had a direct reach of over 3,650 people in last year, through grant allocation to a total of 15 community groups.

Working with schools

It’s breath-taking to see a wind turbine up close. The Energia Renewables Operations team are happy to facilitate school visits or classroom talks on wind energy:

  • Discover…how wind turbines generate electricity
  • Learn… about local Energia wind farms
  • Explore... the need for climate action and energy transition

Contact us

If you have any questions about any of our operational wind farms, development sites, battery storage facilities or renewable energy projects, please contact our Community Liaison Officer by email at clo@energia.ie, or phone +44 78804 32201.