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To: Simon Coveney

Stop industrialising Galway Bay

Stop industrialising Galway Bay

Allow an extension of time to all interested people to learn more about plans to develop a renewable energy station in Galway Bay and make meaningful submissions.

Why is this important?

The Marine Institute has applied for a 35 year lease for an offshore electricity generating station in Galway Bay off of Spiddal. There are 5 applications relating to this all to be found on www.environ.ie.
Although, there have been a couple of public meetings about this, the most recent meeting in the Connemara Coast revealed that a huge amount of people have very little or no information about what this entails. Indeed, there are too many Galwegians and Clare people who have no idea that this is the plan for Galway Bay.
We would like to inform people of the details and have asked the Marine Institute and Simon Coveney, who has the power to sign off on this, for more time to examine the applications and the consequences for Galway Bay and its surroundings.
Please help us spread the word quickly as we only have until August 2nd for submissions on this. Unless our TDs and Councillors stall the deadline for us.

Ireland

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Reasons for signing

  • minister Coveney, let the people have their say!
  • to make sure the process is fair
  • so people can have their say

Updates

2016-07-28 18:29:05 +0100

100 signatures reached

2016-07-27 12:04:19 +0100

50 signatures reached

2016-07-26 21:38:32 +0100

25 signatures reached

2016-07-26 14:13:47 +0100

10 signatures reached