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MaREI secure €4.4 million to support Ireland’s indigenous biomass and bioenergy industry

The SFI Research Centre for Marine and Renewable Energy Ireland (MaREI) has secured an additional €4.4 million in funding from Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and industry partners under the Sustainable Energy and Fuel Efficiency (SEFE) SFI Spokes Programme. Speaking at

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The Bretzel becomes first ‘Smart’ Bakery in Europe

The Bretzel becomes first ‘Smart’ Bakery in Europe, using IoT technology to become truly ‘Green’ Fast-growing Irish food producer embraces new Operational Intelligence technology Dublin, Ireland: The Bretzel Bakery, one of Dublin’s oldest artisan bakeries, has invested in Internet of

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IrBEA Seeks New Chief Executive

A New chief executive is being recruited for the Irish Bioenergy Association (IrBEA) to champion the case of the growing bioenergy sector, including wood energy, biomass, anaerobic digestion and biogas and energy crops. The new recruit will lead and manage

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SEAI is Searching for Sustainable Energy Winners Across Ireland

SEAI has begun the search for Ireland’s energy leaders who are demonstrating innovative approaches to clean energy with high replication potential. The SEAI Energy Awards recognise and reward excellence in all aspects of energy efficiency and renewable energy. Businesses, public

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Wilo Ireland Wins Product of Show Award at SEAI Energy Show

150 businesses and 4,200 visitors gather at SEAI Energy Show   The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) welcomed more than 4,200 visitors to the SEAI Energy Show last week. The Show, which took place in the RDS on April

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Amarenco Successful in French Energy Auction

Cork – 25th April 2018:  Amarenco Solar, in its own capacity and through its partnership with Total Solar was number one in the recent French Tariff Auctions for Solar Barns, winning more than the competition.   The company won a total

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JCDecaux, ESB and NTA join forces to reduce carbon footprint of Ireland’sbus shelters by 88%

An innovative collaboration to enhance 1,800 bus shelter units across Ireland, and decrease their carbon emissions, has recently been completed by JCDecaux,ESB and SolarAdTek. ESB funded the project in a partnership arrangement with JCDecaux, who have the contract for advertising

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Capital and funding support for sustainable energy projects is readily available for businesses, was the key message at the “Energy Finance for a New Era” conference hosted by Energy Cork today (Thursday). More than 120 business people attended to hear

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CIF demanding action on the Construction Waste Crisis

For the past two years, the CIF has highlighted the ongoing crisis in the reuse and disposal of soil and stone and construction waste with the Taoiseach, successive Ministers such as Simon Coveney and Denis Naughton, in addition to senior

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Naturally Compliant launches new training programme to raise environmental awareness in construction

Rapidly-expanding environmental consultancy Naturally Compliant has significantly extended its offering to clients with the launch of bespoke training courses aimed at raising environmental awareness in the construction sector. The Scottish-based company has already been asked to provide training for a

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