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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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EDPAC INTERNATIONAL DOUBLES MANUFACTURING PLANT AND ANNOUNCE 50 NEW JOBS

Data Centre and Air Cooling Systems manufacturer, EDPAC International, has announced the creation of 50 new jobs as An Tanaiste ...
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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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EasyGo.ie launches most advanced electric vehicle charger in Ireland

EasyGo.ie, Ireland’s first privately-owned electric vehicle (EV) charging network, yesterday unveiled Ireland’s most advanced, publicly-available DC charger at the Four ...
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PASSENGERS MAKE IRELAND’S FIRST JOURNEY ON A BIOGAS BUS

Bus travellers in Cork will be the first passengers to ride a ‘green bus’ in Ireland today (Monday).  With zero ...
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ESB ecars drives on with network upgrade and replacement programme

Electric Vehicle (EV) drivers will enjoy improved charging facilities, thanks to an ongoing upgrade and replacement programme currently underway by ...
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CLIMATE ACTION MINISTER LAUNCHES INTERNATIONAL ENERGY RESEARCH CENTRE CONFERENCE

Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Richard Bruton TD today launched the International Energy Research Centre Conference (IERC) Annual ...
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€31m project secured for floating wind project in North West Europe

A €31 million project has been approved for an ambitious four-year floating offshore wind project. Subject to consenting, it is ...
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ABP to source ‘100%’ of its electricity from wind

ABP Food Group has announced a renewable energy sourcing model plan which will enable the company to power all of its ...
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BHSL agrees €1.5m French deal for its waste-to-energy technology

Irish waste-to-energy business BHSL has agreed a new €1.5m deal to sell its technology in France. BHSL is to sell ...
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Ireland second highest in Europe for wind energy

Almost one-third of Ireland's energy needs now comes from wind, the second highest in Europe, as new figures confirm that ...
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