Irish people rethinking car ownership due to climate concerns
Cork is now home to Ireland’s first plastic-free, flexible office space
Clean eir: SSE Airtricity to supply telecom with green energy
Gas Networks Ireland grants €120,000 to fund Natural Gas Vehicles
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emovis Podcast Reveals Importance of Environmental Sustainability

According to a survey from emovis, a mobility solutions provider, it was found that members of the public view environmental sustainability as an important factor ...
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Benign impact of Covid-19 on air quality and carbon emissions

The world is in a dark place, gripped by a pandemic that could rage for months and take countless lives. But it has led to ...
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Specialist acquisition strengthens ASCO’s NORM Services

ASCO, the global integrated materials and logistics management company, has acquired full ownership of NORM Solutions Ltd, a leading provider of specialist cleaning, treatment and ...
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Sunamp and Ripple Energy sign MoU to provide zero carbon heat and hot water

World leading thermal storage company Sunamp and pioneering clean energy ownership platform Ripple Energy have a signed a memorandum of understanding to provide Ripple customers ...
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DLR’s Energy Management System reaches International Standards

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council have been awarded ISO 50001 from Certification Europe for their Energy Management System for the energy use under the control of ...
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Bord Gáis Energy Index Falls 15% In February

The Bord Gáis Energy Index fell 15% during February as the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak spread beyond China, threatening global energy demand and growth. Oil prices ...
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Irish Solar Energy Association welcomes publication of RESS Terms and Conditions

The Irish Solar Energy Association (ISEA) welcomes the publication of the final terms and conditions for the first auction of the Renewable Electricity Support Scheme ...
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Veolia help Group Water Scheme launch solar energy project

Polecat Springs Group Water Scheme (GWS), working with Veolia, has become the first Group Water Scheme to use renewable energy to directly power its water ...
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The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) today published its Energy- Related CO2 Emissions in Ireland report. The report shows that energy-related CO2 emissions declined ...
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Ice Water Triumphs at Green Awards

Ice Water, Ireland's leading provider of premium filtered water, has been announced as the winner of the ‘Sustainable Water Achievement Award’ at the Annual Green ...
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Household waste recycled to make “mini wind-turbines”

Repurposing water bottles and aluminium cans to make wind turbines, it’s all in a module’s work for  130 undergraduates in UCC. The first-year engineering students ...
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Zenobe Energy partners with United Utilities to bring largest battery to the UK water industry

Battery storage will be brought to the wastewater treatment plant in Preston, which serves 260,000 local homes and businesses Zenobe and United Utilities’ partnership will ...
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Saint-Gobain announces 2020 Build Better Roadshow schedule

Saint-Gobain along with brands Gyproc, Isover and Weber announced the schedule for its 2020 Build Better Roadshows which will commence in Sligo on March 12th, ...
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SSE Renewables sells Slieve Divena II wind farm to Greencoat

SSE Renewables has agreed to sell its 100 per cent interest in the 18.8MW Slieve Divena II Wind Farm in Northern Ireland to Greencoat UK ...
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Public Sector saves €1.3 billion on energy spend

Public bodies have made €1.3 billion in energy savings and avoided 4.6 million tonnes of CO2 emissions since 2009 according to latest analysis by the ...
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