Success for Northern Ireland Organisations in the Renewable Energy Sector

Action Renewables has announced eleven local organisations which are leading the way in embracing the importance of renewable energy and sustainability and actively engaging in renewable technologies within the fast developing ‘green’ industry in Northern Ireland. These organisations have been shortlisted for the third annual Action Renewables Association Awards sponsored by Tughans. A record number … Read more

Udaras Na Gaeltachta To Benefit From Cost Saving Heat Contract

Udaras na Gaeltachta, the regional development agency responsible for the economic, social and cultural development of the Gaeltacht, has taken measures to ensure low cost energy bills and reduced carbon emissions by signing up to a biomass heat contract with Rural Generation – the Irish market leader in providing renewable energy solutions using willow. As … Read more

Rural Generation and Standard Brands to Produce Eco Log

Irish green energy company and willow development specialist Rural Generation has signed a long-term agreement, worth over €5 million, to source and provide willow chips. Willow is the key ingredient for an innovative new eco log which will see a number of ‘green jobs’ being established in Ireland as well as presenting lucrative business opportunities … Read more

International Delegation Learn From Northern Ireland Green Energy Company

Pioneers in the recycling of organic effluents and sludges using short rotation willow coppice plantations, Rural Generation, recently played host to a delegation of German and Austrian renewable energy experts and academics from one of the world’s leading biomass boiler manufacturers, KWB Biomass Heating Systems. The European delegation came to Northern Ireland on a special … Read more

Antrim College Signs First Biomass Heat Contract in Ireland

South West College, County Antrim, is the first educational institution in Ireland to sign a ‘heat contract’ with green energy company Rural Generation based in Londonderry, which will see the college save up to £25,000 on heat costs annually. The college, which houses its own Renewable Energy Academy at the Omagh campus, has already been … Read more