By Mark StedmanThe Irish Times/SolarWinds GroupSolarWind’s solar wind project, called SolarWind, will help cool the planet in an effort to keep it from overheating.
SolarWind will also be part of a project by the Irish government to harness and store renewable energy.
The company said it will also harness wind power to produce electricity for other uses.
SolarWind will be a key element of the government’s renewable energy target.
It is also part of the European Union’s renewable portfolio standard (RPS).
The target sets a target of 100% renewable energy by 2030, and to be 50% renewable by 2040.
The government’s aim to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2020 is being seen as an opportunity to increase renewables production.
Solar wind is a technique developed by the French company SolarWinds to generate electricity from solar energy.
It uses a thin, reflective material to capture sunlight.
It then turns it into electricity.
The company’s solar technology is also used in solar power stations, wind farms, and solar-powered vehicles.
Solar Wind is also the first company to successfully test a commercial prototype of a solar-based electric vehicle.
It said the solar wind will also help cool down the planet by absorbing the heat generated by the sun.
Solar wind is currently the only way to generate energy from the sun, but it is one of a few options.
The Irish government said SolarWind would be part a pilot project with the Irish Government’s Department of Energy.
The project will be funded by a €2 million grant, which the government said will allow the company to build its first 100MW solar wind turbine and will support further research into its technology.
Solar Wind’s founder, Niall Murphy, said it is an exciting opportunity to create jobs and contribute to the world’s clean energy supply.
“SolarWind is developing the first commercial prototype that is scalable and affordable for the Irish market,” he said.
“This is a huge milestone for our company, and will pave the way for more advanced and high performance solar projects across the European continent.”
SolarWind said the company will seek commercial partners from across Europe and elsewhere to help meet the ambitious target.