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IRELAND’S ENERGY USE IS NOT REDUCING FAST ENOUGH

UL researchers squeeze low-cost electricity from sustainable biomaterial

€44 MILLION INVESTMENT IN ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PROJECTS AT UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK

Intel goes 100% renewable to power 360-acre Leixlip campus

Athlone businesses get energised about increasing efficiency

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IRELAND’S ENERGY USE IS NOT REDUCING FAST ENOUGH

Individuals, businesses and communities are central to addressing the problem according to SEAI 12 December 2017: Ireland’s energy use is not reducing fast enough and ...
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Dingle communities to test new energy storage batteries in their connected homes

Twenty homes in Dingle, Co. Kerry, are to test the potential of a new storage technology to support the use of variable renewable energy supply ...
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€1bn Renewable heat scheme approved

A new €1 billion renewable heat incentive scheme is being introduced for Irish-based businesses that generate commercially usable heat from non-fossil fuels. The long-awaited national ...
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UL researchers squeeze low-cost electricity from sustainable biomaterial

Mobile phone speakers and motion detectors in cars and video games may soon be powered by electricity generated from low cost and sustainable biomaterials, according ...
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Ireland needs to wake up and wake up soon or face massive EU environmental fines – Commissioner Hogan

European Agriculture and Rural Development Commissioner, Phil Hogan issued a stark warning that Ireland will face massive fines unless it improves its environmental performance. Speaking ...
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€44 MILLION INVESTMENT IN ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PROJECTS AT UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK

Environmental Research Institute (ERI) set to focus on Ireland’s transition To Zero Carbon, Resource Efficient and Sustainable Society with new Strategic Plan   €44 MILLION ...
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Intel goes 100% renewable to power 360-acre Leixlip campus

Intel Ireland has announced that 100% of all electricity supplied to its Leixlip campus in 2016 was generated from indigenous renewable sources, making Intel one ...
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EU climate negotiations a key test of Ireland’s ambition on climate change

Tomorrow (Tuesday 21st November) marks a key stage in EU climate change negotiations when representatives from the Council and Parliament again meet to discuss a new EU climate law concerning ...
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Energia and LinkedIn Announce Dual Fuel Deal On EU Energy Day

Leading “green” energy provider Energia has signed a major new dual fuel deal with LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network, to supply the company’s new ...
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RiverRidge Achieves Gold at Northern Ireland Environmental Benchmarking Survey

LEADING waste management specialist RiverRidge achieves Gold in the highly renowned Business in the Community’s Northern Ireland Environmental Benchmarking Survey, a key driver for corporate ...
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Energia powering ahead

Energia is the fastest growing energy supplier for the second year running, according to new figures released by the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) ...
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HOW THE STATE CAN MAKE IRELAND A LEADER IN TACKLING CLIMATE CHANGE

The Citizens’ Assembly has concluded its consideration of the topic ‘How the State can make Ireland a leader in tackling Climate Change’ and as outlined ...
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RECOMMENDATIONS ON HOW THE STATE CAN MAKE IRELAND A LEADER IN TACKLING CLIMATE CHANGE

The Citizens’ Assembly (the Assembly) will meet at the Grand Hotel Malahide this weekend, Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th of November, to make recommendations on ...
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Athlone businesses get energised about increasing efficiency

Energia training businesses on energy efficiency 2nd November 2017 – Athlone businesses have been finding out about the latest ways to cut their energy costs ...
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EnerNOC Celebrates Opening of New European Headquarters

EnerNOC Celebrates Opening of New European Headquarters and Global Network Operations Centre in Dublin, Ireland BOSTON, MA and DUBLIN, IRELAND, October 26, 2017 – EnerNOC, ...
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