Energy

Ireland goes 25 days without using coal to generate electricity

The island of Ireland has gone a record length of time without using coal-fired electricity generation on its power system, Eirgrid has confirmed. The ...
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ESB welcomes Ireland’s Draft National Energy and Climate Plan

ESB welcomes the recent publication of the responses received to the National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) by the Department ...
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Coillte profits more than treble on wind farm gains

State forestry company Coillte saw its pretax profit more than treble to €166 million in 2018 as the company’s sale of interests ...
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AW-Energy’s WaveRoller using the endless energy of the ocean’s waves to generate electricity at new SURGE 2 Project in Peniche, Portugal

WaveRoller provides a reliable and predictable source of renewable energy to the energy system that compliments more intermittent technologies such ...
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BG Energy Solutions accelerates growth with opening of new London office

BG Energy Solutions (BGES), one of the UK’s leading independent BMS and energy management companies, has strengthened its national presence with ...
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ENERGY CORK FOCUSES ON IRELAND’S ENERGY SECURITY IN A LOW CARBON FUTURE

Promoting decarbonisation and climate action, while managing energy supply for industry and citizens, is critical to Ireland’s future success and ...
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ESB could spend €700m on plan to meet surging electricity demand

State-owned ESB could spend €700 million building new power plants in Dublin over the next four years to meet surging electricity demand, ...
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SEAI leads €2.6million European project to unlock potential of ocean energy

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is leading a new pan-European project, Ocean Power Innovation Network (OPIN), which aims ...
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EU approves Irish State aid for renewable heat technologies

The European Commission has approved Irish state aid for renewable heat generation from technologies including biomass and anaerobic digestion. Having assessed the ...
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Electric Vehicles Enter Phase of Fastest Growth, Finds IDTechEx Research

Like most other new products, electric vehicles sell in an S curve of a slow start with over supply. Then ...
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Dublin hosts bootcamp event for 30 global energy start-ups

Thirty energy start-ups from across the globe have descended upon Dublin to compete in an intensive bootcamp event, with each ...
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Xylem Water Solutions Wins Product of Show Award at SEAI Energy Show

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) welcomed 4,000 attendees to the SEAI Energy Show, which took place in the ...
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All-party Oireachtas Committee delivers historic mandate for climate action

The Stop Climate Chaos Coalition has welcomed the publication of the Report of the special all-party Oireachtas Committee on Climate ...
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SMES BELIEVE THEY HAVE A ROLE IN TACKLING CLIMATE CHANGE – SEAI

The majority of small and medium business believe they do have a role in tackling climate change with more organisations ...
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