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Heat Pumps Will Boost Confidence and Drive Growth

The Heat Pump Association warmly welcomes the launch of the UK’s Heat and Buildings Strategy today in the hope that it will encourage exceptional market growth over the next few years.  The Heat and Buildings Strategy published today (Tuesday 19th

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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 world slowly adapts to the new normal. It was another month of recovery for the

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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 – with faster decarbonisation in cities needed, particularly in the shift to Electric Vehicles and public

Posted in Emissions, Energy


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 in the areas of smart energy systems and offshore renewable energy.  Funding for Irish participants

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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 energy, precisely because they follow the predictable rise and fall of sea tides. Tidal energy

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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 on travel as well as other broader economic activities, causing a heavy blow to the

Posted in Energy

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 ISO 50001 standard outlines international best practice in energy management within an organisation. Cork City

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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 fuel cell system for maritime applications based on fuel cell technology for automobiles, as part

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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 emissions could have a profound impact on how the world views Ireland and our agriculture

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SolarShare launches Virtual Power Plant business to create 1200 jobs post-Covid-19

Dublin, Ireland, April 21, 2020 – The latest SEAI report finds Ireland is not on track to meet any of its 2020 renewable energy targets, ranking 27 out of 28 in the EU. Focus is now shifting to Ireland’s 2030

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