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CITB NI survey shows that the majority of construction companies plan to implement BIM within the next 3 years

A European survey conducted by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB NI), as part of a Belfast Met-led EU Horizon 2020 BIM (Building Information Modelling) programme known as BIMcert, has shown that two thirds of construction companies are planning to implement

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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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Irish people will soon be able to take a stake in local renewable energy projects

IRISH PEOPLE WILL soon be able to invest in and take ownership of renewable energy projects in their areas under a new government scheme. Environment Minister Denis Naughten recently told the Energy Ireland conference in Dublin that his department is planning an

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Developing Resilience to Climate Change in the Irish Transport Sector

Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross, T. D. has published, for consultation, a draft framework to develop a Climate Change Adaptation approach for the transport sector in Ireland. Climate Change Adaptation refers to how we plan for the

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AbbVie in Sligo Win International Energy Award

AbbVie in Sligo Win International Energy Award The AbbVie Sligo energy program is awarded the 2016 International Energy Project of the Year at the AEE event (World Energy Engineering Congress) in Washington DC today. The program is being led by

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Data centres will increase energy needs by 18pc in five years

In the opening half of the year indigenous wind energy met over a fifth (22pc) of the country’s entire electricity demand, according to new figures from the Irish Wind Energy Association (IWEA). This figure puts Ireland almost on a par

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Excellence in Energy Efficient Design

EXEED – (Excellence in Energy Efficient Design) provides a new framework for energy efficient design management for both new investments and upgrading of existing assets. EXEED will independently certify assets using this framework that optimises energy performance and energy management

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