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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Bord Gáis Energy Index Gains 14% In June

The Bord Gáis Energy Index increased by 14% in June with all components of the Index growing as Covid-19 restrictions start to lift and the ...
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Mitie launches new service helping businesses reach Zero Carbon for Zero Cost

Mitie has launched a new ‘Zero Carbon for Zero Cost’ energy service to help support companies with a green, clean, return to business Service focuses ...
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Major milestone in sight for Triton Knoll offshore wind farm project

An important offshore milestone is in sight for the 857MW Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm project as the final Siemens Energy Offshore Transformer Modules® (OTM) ...
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COVID-19 green recovery should account for local variations in air quality

New analysis finds the cost of damage caused by poor air quality means pathways to Net Zero may differ significantly between areas across the UK – ...
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The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has recently awarded €1 million to Irish companies and research institutions to carry out innovative energy research projects ...
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Irish breakthrough tidal energy technology

In Ireland, the Direct Drive Tidal Turbine (D2T2) project has made a breakthrough in a cutting-edge technology: tidal energy turbines. Tidal currents are a highly dependable source of renewable ...
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Oil and gas conversations surge 100% on Twitter

The COVID-19 crisis has affected a wide range of businesses, but its impact on the oil and gas industry is particularly severe due to restrictions ...
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Cork City Council gains international certification for its commitment

Cork City Council has achieved international certification for its commitment to energy efficiency within the organisation and therefore to reducing its carbon footprint. The international ...
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Yanmar Develops Hydrogen Fuel Cell System for Maritime Applications

Osaka, Japan (June 4, 2020) - Yanmar Holdings Co., Ltd. and its subsidiary Yanmar Power Technology Co., Ltd. have announced the development of a hydrogen ...
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Reducing the national herd not the solution to Ireland’s climate challenge

Agriculture accounts for 33% of Irish emissions and rising, but simply reducing the national herd is not the solution, and a new way of measuring ...
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BrightWind Doubles Workforce to Meet Growing Demand for Renewable Energy Consultancy Services

Dublin, Ireland, 3 June 2020, BrightWind today announced that it has doubled its workforce and taken on five (5) new team members to meet the increase ...
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Renewables Increasingly Beat Even Cheapest Coal Competitors on Cost

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 2 June 2020 — Renewable power is increasingly cheaper than any new electricity capacity based on fossil fuels, a new ...
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The Irish Bioenergy opportunity is immense – New IrBEA President Paddy Phelan

This week the new President and Vice President of the Irish Bioenergy Association (IrBEA) were elected by the Management Executive Committee of the organisation. Paddy ...
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But lack of suitable port means offshore wind farms may be built from ports on Britain’s west coast

Offshore wind energy could create 2,500 jobs over the next ten years and attract over €42 billion in lifetime investment. However, Ireland’s offshore wind farms ...
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COVID-19 Intensifies the Urgency to Expand Sustainable Energy Solutions Worldwide

To meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) targets by 2030, countries must safeguard the gains already attained and accelerate efforts to achieve affordable, reliable, sustainable and ...
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