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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

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Irish economic confidence remains high amid Brexit deal hopes, finds Global Economic Conditions Survey

Economic confidence in Ireland fell slightly in the last quarter of 2017 but remains high by recent standards as fears of a hard Brexit reduced, ...
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Over 430 Representatives from across Public Sector Gather to Progress Energy Saving Strategies

€133 million in savings achieved last year 22 public bodies now certified to international standard on energy management 17 January 2018 – Over 430 representatives ...
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Dell turns e-waste into new treasures with industry-first gold recycling programme

Dell launches industry-first pilot to use recycled gold from used electronics in new computer motherboards, which will ship in the award-winning Latitude 5285 2-in-1s Dell ...
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Connected Energy, an innovator in site-integrated energy storage solutions, today announced it had secured £3 million investment from Macquarie Group and ENGIE.

The investment provides Connected Energy with working capital to realise ambitious growth plans in the UK and Europe. Connected Energy has developed the world’s only ...
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Dell turns e-waste into new treasures with industry-first gold recycling programme

Dell launches industry-first pilot to use recycled gold from used electronics in new computer motherboards, which will ship in the award-winning Latitude 5285 2-in-1s Dell ...
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There’s always a better way… FM Ireland, 6 -7 March 2018, RDS Dublin

There's always a better way… FM Ireland, 6 -7  March 2018, RDS Dublin Product – People – Practices Facilities Management Ireland (FM Ireland), 6 - ...
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Electric vehicles for construction, agriculture and mining will be a $87 billion market in 2028

Electric vehicles for construction, agriculture and mining will be a $87 billion market in 2028. Komatsu, John Deere, Caterpillar, and others manufacture the big vehicles ...
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VERDE LED is first Irish lighting manufacturer to receive Carbon Trust accreditation

Leading Irish manufacturer of commercial energy saving LED lighting solutions, VERDE LED has become the first, and only, Irish Lighting manufacturer to receive Carbon Trust ...
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GoCar welcomes inclusion of car-sharing in Draft Design Standards for New Apartments

GoCar has today welcomed the Department Of Housing’s inclusion of car-sharing schemes as part of the solution to delivering sustainable car-free developments. With Housing Minister ...
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Ireland’s Bioenergy Day – From 18TH December We Rely Solely on Bioenergy to Meet Our Energy Demand.

Bioenergy is Europe’s leading renewable energy source. According to Eurostat data and calculations by the European Biomass Association (AEBIOM), bioenergy will account for 11% of ...
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Sharp rise in gas prices drives up Bord Gáis Energy Index in November

The Bord Gáis Energy Index for November was up by 9% as the wholesale prices of oil, gas and electricity all rallied during the month.  ...
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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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