The imperative is we act now’ – Taoiseach climate change warning as world faces ‘abyss’

TOO many people in Ireland are oblivious to the impending climate disaster that is facing the planet, the Taoiseach has warned. Speaking at the 2022 ...
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Heat Network Projects Awarded Funding to Reduce Waste and Create Energy

Heat networks that will use Energy from Waste to be developed in London and East Devon with support of funding awarded through the Government’s Heat ...
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SSE Airtricity announced as official Energy Partner to the Dublin Climate Summit as the Business Marks 25 Years Since its Founding

9th May 2022: SSE Airtricity has been announced as the official Energy Partner to the Dublin Climate Summit, which takes place this Thursday, 12th of ...
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Data centres power usage up 32% in 2021 from 2020 – CSO

There has been a significant increase in the amount of electricity consumed by data centres in Ireland. According to new figures from the Central Statistics ...
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Leading environmental services firm Veolia recruiting for 60 positions

Over 50% are new roles created thanks to business growth Leading environmental services company Veolia Ireland today announced it is recruiting for 60 positions to ...
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Cork University Hospital awarded its third Green Flag

Cork, 27th April 2022: Cork University Hospital (CUH) has become the first hospital worldwide to be awarded its third Green Flag from An Taisce, on ...
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Mercedes-Benz EQXX demonstrates 620-mile range

Mercedes has put its EQXX electric concept saloon to the test in a road trip that saw it travel more than 620 miles in everyday ...
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Cheaper heat pumps: Octopus changes colour to RED in Craigavon

Generator-retailer Octopus is deepening its industry-disrupting interest in heat pumps, buying Renewable Energy Devices, a specialist manufacturer in Craigavon, Northern Ireland. Despite a government target ...
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Veolia launches its first renewable fuelled fleet

Following the contract start on 1 April, Veolia has launched a brand new fleet of green fuelled vehicles to collect waste and recycling, including food ...
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Potential for up to 2,000 jobs in South-East under Rosslare Europort Offshore Wind Hub Plan

Gateway to Europe and soon to be Ireland’s Offshore Renewable Energy Hub, Rosslare Europort announces big plans for the future.  Rosslare Europort management is announcing ...
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Out Of Home industry joins Earth Day Celebrations by offering more sustainable print formats

21st April 2022: Talon Ireland, a leading OOH specialist agency, is celebrating Earth Day (22nd April) in a bid to make the Out of Home ...
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GridBeyond launches operations in Australia

GridBeyond, the world’s leading technology player for managing distributed and flexible energy resources is expanding its geographic reach to provide services to Australia. After launching ...
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Cost of supplying Irish electricity ‘wildly out of line’ with Europe

The cost of supplying electricity to Irish homes is “wildly out of line” with the rest of Europe, and the temporary VAT reduction fails to ...
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Roadmap to Decarbonise Ireland’s Built Environment Launch

Roadmap to decarbonise Ireland’s built environment to be launched at Build Green Now 2022– Dublin, Friday 6th May The IPPC’s climate report published last week highlighted ...
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Turf-cutting ban ‘won’t stop people selling to neighbours’

People who cut and sell turf from their own bogs to their neighbours will not be penalised by a new government plan to ban the ...
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