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Pioneering hydrogen project to take place in Middlesbrough

A pioneering energy project to gather vital evidence about the suitability of the gas network to transport hydrogen is to take place in the South Bank area of Middlesbrough. Permission has been granted by Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council for

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The Wellcome Genome Campus UPS and PV System

A Holistic Approach to Energy Management at the World-Renowned Biomedical Research Site Background Sited on The Wellcome Genome Campus, The Wellcome Sanger Institute is at the heart of a global hub of genomic research, education and engagement. It carries out

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Government failing on most basic climate actions, solar energy group claims

The Irish Solar Energy Association (ISEA) has accused the Government of failing to deliver “ on the most basic climate actions” by delaying a key scheme supporting renewable energy projects. It also warned that the delay increased the risk of the State

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IRISH BUSINESSES REMAIN COMMITTED TO CLIMATE CHANGE DESPITE LACK OF CONFIDENCE AROUND IRELAND’S 2030 EMISSIONS TARGET

SSE Airtricity has today published findings from its Green Business Sentiment Index series. The research, carried out by Behaviour & Attitudeson behalf of SSE Airtricity, highlights and measures the progression of attitudes among businesses towards renewable energy and green recovery,

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Veolia expands wood recycling and processing capacity by 50,000 tonnes per year

Ahead of COP26 the global leader in optimised resource management, Veolia, has highlighted its commitment to recycling and renewable biomass energy. With a key focus on increasing sustainability and backing the drive to net zero carbon in the UK, the

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Amazon data centre to provide heating to Dublin homes and offices

A scheme to provide heating to homes and offices from an Amazon data centre in Tallaght has been announced by South Dublin County Council. The council has set up Heatworks, the country’s first publicly owned not-for-profit energy company, to provide

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Calor awarded Ireland’s most commended accolade in sustainability and CSR

Calor Ireland has achieved the Business Working Responsibly mark for responsible and sustainable business practices. Calor becomes one of just 40 companies in Ireland to attain the prestigious Mark.  The Mark, developed by Business in the Community Ireland and independently

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St James’s Hospital implement largest scale Energy Performance Contract in Irish healthcare

St James’s Hospital has signed a new Energy Performance Contract (EPC) with Veolia in partnership with the Carbon and Energy Fund Ireland (CEFI). Under the EPC agreement, Veolia will manage projects covering the design, delivery, installation, commissioning and operation of

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Deal signed to develop Barryroe oil and gas field

Providence Resources and Lansdowne Oil and Gas have signed a farmout agreement with SpotOn Energy that should see the Barryroe oil and gas field off the Cork coast go into production within three years. The deal will see Norwegian based

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Solar AdTek Announces New Funding Partnership with Vivid Edge

Solar AdTek, the leading developer and supplier of innovative solar powered and LED lighting systems for outdoor advertising companies, has today announced the launch of a new funding model in partnership with Vivid Edge. The partnership will support Solar AdTek’s

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