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€8 Million in Government Funding Awarded by SEAI to Innovative Energy Research Projects

    €8 Million in Government Funding Awarded by SEAI to Innovative Energy Research Projects

The Government has announced €8 million in funding to support 45 innovative energy projects in companies and research institutions across Ireland. The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is responsible for awarding the funding to the 45 projects which aim to develop solutions that will help our homes, businesses and communities deliver a cleaner energy future. […]

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New Gym and Medical Centre is 25% More Efficient Than Current Building Regulations

    New Gym and Medical Centre is 25% More Efficient Than Current Building Regulations

Johnson and Johnson VisionCare have completed building a new gym and medical centre with support from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) and it’s EXEED (Excellence in Energy Efficient Design) certification programme. This has resulted in the new facility being 25% more energy efficient than current building regulations.
SEAI’s EXEED encourages innovation in how we design […]

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Plans to Upgrade Ireland’s 1 Million Energy Inefficient Homes

    Plans to Upgrade Ireland’s 1 Million Energy Inefficient Homes

Over 200 building professionals, including architects, specifiers, builders, plumbers, engineers and researchers, gathered at SEAI’s second Annual Deep Retrofit Conference in the Aviva in Dublin. The conference brought together building energy efficiency experts from Ireland and Europe to discuss solutions to upgrading Ireland’s homes.
As many as one million homes built in the last century are considered […]

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Brooks to Reduce Energy Bills by €90,000 by Switching on to Smarter Lighting

    Brooks to Reduce Energy Bills by €90,000 by Switching on to Smarter Lighting

Brooks, one of Ireland’s longest established timber distributors and builders merchants, will reduce their lighting costs by over €91,000 per annum by switching to energy efficient LED lighting. This will be a nearly 70% reduction in energy costs. eLight, the LED lighting experts, installed over 1400 new lighting products in Brooks 7 stores nationwide. These […]

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Saint-Gobain Launches Nearly Zero Energy Building (nZEB) Training Courses For Irish Construction Professionals

    Saint-Gobain Launches Nearly Zero Energy Building (nZEB) Training Courses For Irish Construction Professionals

The Saint-Gobain Ireland Technical Academy has announced that it is adding to its existing training portfolio by launching a series of nZEB modular courses. Starting this July, these innovative nZEB courses will offer those working in construction in Ireland a chance to up-skill, free of charge, in an increasingly regulated area of the construction industry.
The European […]

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College Group to Construct New €10 Million Biofuel Facility in County Meath

    College Group to Construct New €10 Million Biofuel Facility in County Meath

College Group is to invest €10 million in building a new renewable energy facility producing biofuel from used cooking oil and animal fats in north County Meath. The investment is supported by the Irish government through Enterprise Ireland. The new 25 million litre purpose-built plant will be set on a 47.5 acre site and will […]

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KES Group to Build State-of-the-art Manufacturing Facility

    KES Group to Build State-of-the-art Manufacturing Facility

KES Group,  the renewable energy and modular building provider, is to make a multi-million pound investment in a new, purpose built, manufacturing facility at Strabane Business Park. The company has purchased circa 3.5 acres of land on the Invest Northern Ireland owned Business Park to accommodate their first phase of development.
Conor McCrossan, Managing Director of KES Group, […]

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ESB and Bord na Móna Reach Financial Close on Oweninny Wind Farm Project

    ESB and Bord na Móna Reach Financial Close on Oweninny Wind Farm Project

ESB and Bord na Móna have announce that financial close has been reached on the €160 million Oweninny project in North County Mayo. The project will be financed with long-term debt from a consortium of banks including the European Investment Bank (EIB), who are providing 50 per cent of the funding, as well as MUFG Bank, […]

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RKD Honoured at Greenbuild Europe 2018

    RKD Honoured at Greenbuild Europe 2018

Greenbuild Europe 2018 took place on 17–18 April 2018 in Berlin, gathering passionate green building and sustainability leaders from all over the world to advance the mission that buildings and communities will foster and sustain the vitality of all life within a generation. The conference featured a number of opportunities for green building professionals to […]

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Sisk Commits to Double Energy Productivity

    Sisk Commits to Double Energy Productivity

John Sisk & Son, Ireland’s largest construction company, has become the first Irish business to join global energy efficiency initiative EP100. As part of its EP100 membership commitment, Sisk has pledged to double its energy productivity within 25 years, joining companies such as Schneider Electric, Johnson Controls, Danfoss and H&M in demonstrating climate leadership by reducing energy use.
Supported by The Climate Group, which leads EP100 in partnership with the Alliance to […]

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Tyndall National Institute and IERC Collaborate on €600,000 Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency Project Success

    Tyndall National Institute and IERC Collaborate on €600,000 Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency Project Success

The International Energy Research Centre (IERC) has welcomed new research funding from the EU Horizon 2020 Initiative to develop models for assessing energy efficiency retrofit options in buildings. The IERC is collaborating with Tyndall National Institute and have jointly secured €600,000 in energy research funding to deliver the H2020 ‘RECO2ST Project’.
The project builds on a […]

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Government Funding of €10 Million For Energy Efficiency Design Projects

    Government Funding of €10 Million For Energy Efficiency Design Projects

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is now accepting applications from organisations planning an investment in a new design project or major energy upgrade. The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Denis Naughten TD, secured an allocation of €10 Million in Budget 2018 for the Excellence in Energy Efficient Design (EXEED) programme.
The €10 million allocation will be used to […]

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New Project to Reduce Costs and Underwater Noise in Offshore Wind Construction

    New Project to Reduce Costs and Underwater Noise in Offshore Wind Construction

The Carbon Trust has announced the launch of BLUE PILOT, a large-scale demonstration project aimed at reducing costs and underwater noise during construction of offshore wind farms as part of the Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA). The BLUE PILOT project will deploy The BLUE Hammer, a new type of pile driver developed by Fistuca BV, a Dutch […]

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37 Communities to Become More Energy Efficient

    37 Communities to Become More Energy Efficient

Funded by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment, the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has announced that an initial €22 million will fund energy upgrades to 1,200 homes and 400 community and commercial buildings across 37 communities.  The support underpins total investment of €52 million and means the communities will have warmer […]

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NTR Closes Debt Facilities to Value of €43.2 Million to Fund Irish Wind Projects

    NTR Closes Debt Facilities to Value of €43.2 Million to Fund Irish Wind Projects

NTR has announced that it has successfully closed three project debt facilities in recent weeks with AIB, Nord/LB and MUFG totaling a Euro equivalent of €66.5 million. Two of the debt facilities will be utilised to finance the construction of new wind farms, while the third is for the refinancing of a wind farm already […]

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Airsynergy Scoops Major UK Tech Award

    Airsynergy Scoops Major UK Tech Award

Airsynergy, one of Ireland’s leading cleantech firms, has scooped the top award for ‘Renewable Energy Technology of the Year’ at the third annual Energy Awards 2017. The awards, which took place recently at the London Hilton Hotel, recognise international excellence in the energy market and are attended by some of the most senior operators in […]

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Record Investment in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in 2017

    Record Investment in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in 2017

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has published its annual results for 2017. It shows a record €105 million government investment in energy efficiency and renewable energy, allocated through the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE). This included €70 million investment in home and community energy upgrades, 40% of which went to […]

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SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards Recognise Impact of Innovative Energy Solutions in Design and Construction

    SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards Recognise Impact of Innovative Energy Solutions in Design and Construction

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) recently announced the winners of its Sustainable Energy Awards at a gala event which saw Durkan Residential and Energy Communities Tipperary Co-Op receive awards. The Awards recognise excellence in energy management in businesses, communities and public sector organisations.
Durkan Residential Ltd, a Dublin based private housing developer who has […]

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Infram Energy Reaches 95MW of Total Installed Capacity

    Infram Energy Reaches 95MW of Total Installed Capacity

Infram Energy, a platform established by Infracapital and Amarenco Solar to invest in greenfield renewable energy assets across France, Ireland and other European markets, has signed a long-term debt facility, arranged by The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. (MUFG), to finance an additional solar portfolio of 16.1MW. This takes Infram Energy’s total installed capacity to […]

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Kingspan Retains Position on CDP Climate ‘A List’

    Kingspan Retains Position on CDP Climate ‘A List’

Kingspan, a global leader in high performance insulation, building fabric, and solar integrated building envelopes, has been named for the third year in a row on The Climate ‘A List’ by CDP, the international not-for-profit organisation that measures the environmental impact of thousands of companies around the world. Kingspan is one of only two Irish companies […]

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Solo Energy Installs State-of-the-art Energy Storage System

    Solo Energy Installs State-of-the-art Energy Storage System

Solo Energy – a ClimateLaunchpad alumni company – has teamed up with Cork City Council to install a state-of-the-art battery storage system at the Ballyvolane Fire Station. Cork-based Solo Energy, in collaboration with ESB Networks, is rolling out a network of distributed energy storage systems at a number of private and public buildings as part […]

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SEAI and OPW Partner on Energy Saving Pilot Programme

    SEAI and OPW Partner on Energy Saving Pilot Programme

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is working in partnership with the Office of Public Works (OPW) to help make government buildings more energy and cost efficient with the added benefit of making them warmer and healthier places to work. The Central Government Building Upgrade Fund, funded by SEAI and administered by the OPW, […]

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Cork charities win funding from ESB’s Energy for Generations Fund

    Cork charities win funding from ESB’s Energy for Generations Fund

ESB has awarded funding of €50,000 to four Cork-based charities to mark the summer round of its Energy for Generations fund. The Next Step (recipients of €6,000 in funding), Love and Care for People (€7,470), Baile an Aoire (€16,000) and Field of Dreams (€21,000) attended a special event at Aghada Generating Station in Whitegate Co […]

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Greencoat Renewables raises €270 million through IPO on the ISE

    Greencoat Renewables raises €270 million through IPO on the ISE

Greencoat Renewables plc, an Irish renewable energy company, has raised €270 million through its initial public offering (IPO) on the Irish Stock Exchange’s (ISE) Enterprise Securities Market (ESM). Greencoat Renewables’ objective is to build a portfolio of operating renewable electricity generation assets, initially investing in wind generation assets in Ireland. It will invest in euro denominated […]

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Construction of North-South Interconnector is vital – Ibec

    Construction of North-South Interconnector is vital – Ibec

Ibec has welcomed a High Court ruling in favour of An Bord Pleanála which should pave the way for the commencement of work on the long delayed but vital North-South Electricity Interconnector. It is time now for all TDs, political parties and other stakeholders to get behind this project and ensure its delivery as a […]

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Planning approval for southern element of North South Interconnector upheld

    Planning approval for southern element of North South Interconnector upheld

EirGrid has welcomed the decision of the High Court to uphold planning approval for the southern element of the North South Interconnector. Planning approval for the project was granted by An Bord Pleanála last December. This was subsequently made the subject of judicial review proceedings, culminating in today’s High Court decision.
The North South Interconnector is a […]

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€5m contributed to communities from SSE Airtricity wind farms since 2008

    €5m contributed to communities from SSE Airtricity wind farms since 2008

SSE Airtricity, Ireland’s largest renewable energy provider, has unveiled a new report showing that the company has awarded over €5 million to community groups local to its Irish wind farms.
The new report, titled ‘Energising Communities in Rural Ireland’, looks back on the community funding awarded by SSE Airtricity last year, as well as its overall […]

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Bord na Móna prepares for €20m smokeless coal facility

    Bord na Móna prepares for €20m smokeless coal facility

Bord na Móna has launched site preparation works for its new €20m smokeless coal plant at Foynes, Co Limerick. The facility is being developed to supply up to 150,000 tonnes of smokeless coal to the Irish market. It is expected that 80 jobs will be created during the construction phase of the site, while the […]

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ESB teams up with US firm on energy project

    ESB teams up with US firm on energy project

Energy provider ESB has teamed up with a US tech firm which is working with the city of Paris to cut its public street lighting bill by up to 30 per cent. California company Silver Spring Networks has also promised to help the Parisian authorities reduce traffic congestion through its network which connects cabinet-based controllers for street and […]

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IERC to coordinate €2 million energy research project Novice

    IERC to coordinate €2 million energy research project Novice

The European Commission’s Horizon 2020 has selected the International Energy Research Centre (IERC) to coordinate the energy research project NOVICE to develop a new business model in energy efficiency investments and achieve energy savings throughout building renovation.
According to a report in Irish Tech News, the project has officially been launched in summer 2017, its duration is 36 […]

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German energy group enters Irish renewables market

    German energy group enters Irish renewables market

German energy company Innogy has entered the Irish market having acquired a wind farm site in Co Kerry. The 10.2MW Dromadda Beg wind farm will have three turbines, which received planning approval in May 2014.
Construction on the Listowel site is due to begin in September, with commissioning of each of the 144.5m turbines scheduled for […]

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Edina Group announces new website launch

    Edina Group announces new website launch

Edina, a leading supplier, installer and maintenance provider for combined heat and power (CHP), gas, and diesel generation solutions, announced today the launch of its newly redesigned website.
The new Edina website (http://www.edina.eu) offers quick and easy access to essential information and features, whilst showcasing Edina’s technical expertise and full EPC/turnkey capabilities as a leading total […]

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Aela Energia secures €349m in project finance for two wind farms in Chile

    Aela Energia secures €349m in project finance for two wind farms in Chile

Irish renewable energy generation company, Aela Energia, has received $410m (€349m) in funding for two wind farms in Chile. The company is a joint venture, 60% owned by Actis and Mainstream owning the remaining 40%. The financing will allow the firm to begin the 170MW Sarco ( in the Atacama region) and 129MW Aurora (in […]

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Wicklow solar energy farm gets approval

    Wicklow solar energy farm gets approval

Plans for a major solar energy farm on a 27-hectare site in Co Wicklow have been approved by Wicklow County Council. The permission comes as the Government is preparing a new renewable energy support scheme scheduled to be operational by the first half of 2018.
Proposed by BNRGN Millvale Ltd, the solar farm near Rathnew, north […]

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Japanese consortium buys Irish wind stake

    Japanese consortium buys Irish wind stake

A consortium of Japanese companies, including Kepco and a Mitsubishi subsidiary, have acquired a 60% stake in a 223MW portfolio of Irish onshore wind projects. The Shamrock consortium comprises utility Kansai Electric Power (Kepco), lender Mitsubishi UFJ Lease and Finance (MUFG) and investment firm Sojitz.
It has acquired the majority share in a portfolio of five […]

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Lightsource and BlackRock seal £1bn UK partnership

    Lightsource and BlackRock seal £1bn UK partnership

Lightsource and BlackRock Real Assets have entered in to a strategic partnership which is targeting the acquisition and ownership of UK solar power generation assets with an anticipated aggregate enterprise value of £1 billion, representing a total target installed capacity of circa 1GWp. The newly created partnership, called “Kingfisher”, aims to consolidate the secondary UK solar market.
Lightsource […]

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Kildare houses among most energy efficient in State

    Kildare houses among most energy efficient in State

According to an analysis of the most recent Domestic Building Energy Ratings for Quarter 2 2017 released by the Central Statistics Office, Kildare has more energy saving rated residences in the State than almost all most counties.
A report in the Leinster Leader says that nearly 28,000 of the county’s 80,000 households have been energy rated […]

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SEAI invests €1m in innovative projects

    SEAI invests €1m in innovative projects

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has announced an investment of over €1 million in projects aimed at developing new energy solutions. The projects range from converting forest residue into fuel to establishing a living laboratory energy zone in south Dublin. Building on its track record of delivering material results in addressing climate change, […]

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Inver Energy bought by UK’s Greenergy

    Inver Energy bought by UK’s Greenergy

Irish fuel supplier Inver Energy Limited has been sold to Greenergy, an independent UK fuel distributor. The deal includes 100% share of Inver Energy (UK) Limited, Inver’s UK subsidiary and Inver’s 50% share of the Atlantic Fuel Supply Company Limited and its oil terminal in Foynes.
Invers’s business activities include import and storage facilities, fuel supply […]

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Planning granted for solar energy farm in Clare

    Planning granted for solar energy farm in Clare

Clare could become the first county in Ireland to generate electricity from solar energy following the granting of planning permission to Terra Solar to develop and operate the company’s second solar farm in Firgrove, Sixmilebridge.
According to a report in the Clare Champion, construction on the Terra project is expected to commence mid next year, creating […]

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Renewable gas could replace over one quarter of fossil fuel gas supply

    Renewable gas could replace over one quarter of fossil fuel gas supply

Gas derived from renewable sources, such as food waste, animal manure and grass, has the potential to replace more than one quarter (28%) of gas supply by 2050 according to a new study by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI). The study, which looks at the availability of renewable gas sources and estimates the […]

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Derry to benefit from EU links in developing energy efficiency and seafood offering

    Derry to benefit from EU links in developing energy efficiency and seafood offering

According to a report in the Connaught Telegraph, a collaboration between Derry and a constellation of European cities, designed to help the local authority develop more efficient integrated energy systems, maintain sustainable urban mobility and ICT infrastructure and emphasise the North West’s seafood offering, has been hailed by local councillors.
Derry City and Strabane District Council’s […]

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Up to a million Irish homes need a deep retrofit to boost energy efficiency

    Up to a million Irish homes need a deep retrofit to boost energy efficiency

Deep retrofitting of our housing stock is recognised as one of Ireland’s biggest energy efficiency challenges and also a major economic and employment opportunity. This was the theme of the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) inaugural National Deep Retrofit Conference which took place recently at the Aviva Stadium.
As many as one million homes built […]

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Greencoat Renewables to list on Dublin and London stock exchanges

    Greencoat Renewables to list on Dublin and London stock exchanges

Renewable energy infrastructure company Greencoat Renewables has announced plans to list on the Dublin and London stock exchanges. The company said it intends to raise gross proceeds of up to €250m to list on Dublin’s ESM market and on London’s AIM market.
Greencoat said it expects to be the first listed renewable energy infrastructure company on […]

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SEAI to begin ‘Towards Zero’ energy efficiency programme

    SEAI to begin ‘Towards Zero’ energy efficiency programme

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is setting out to improve the energy performance of existing homes across Ireland. The ‘Towards Zero’ programme will kick off at the National Deep Retrofit Conference on the 21st of June in Dublin where delegates will share experiences of deep retrofitting of homes.
“Over a number of years we […]

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New wind energy development guidelines proposed

    New wind energy development guidelines proposed

The Government recently announced a set of proposed guidelines for wind energy developments in Ireland. The changes include the application of a more stringent noise limit and a new robust noise monitoring regime to ensure compliance with noise standards. A visual amenity setback of four times the turbine height between a wind turbine and the […]

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Sandyford to drive Dublin as Smart City

    Sandyford to drive Dublin as Smart City

Sandyford has been pinpointed as a Smart Region capable of driving Dublin on as a Smart City at Ireland’s first Smart Cities Summit in Leopardstown. The Summit, which was organised by Sandyford Business District and Alchemy Event Management, heard that there is currently 450,000 sq ft of available office space in the Sandyford and a […]

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Energy solutions firm Acutrace to expand into US

    Energy solutions firm Acutrace to expand into US

Dublin energy management software start-up Acutrace, the overall winner of this year’s National Enterprise Awards, is planning on expanding into Europe and the US. The firm was established just over years ago by Aidan McDonnell and John Lynch to create energy measurement software which would allow them to collect data in commercial buildings. The firm, […]

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Kerry producing 14% of wind energy

    Kerry producing 14% of wind energy

According to a meeting of Kerry County Council, Kerry is generating 14% of the State’s wind-derived electricity with just over half of all the turbines granted planning in Kerry already erected or under construction. 217 of the 411 turbines granted planning have already been built or are under construction, two-thirds of them in North Kerry.
A […]

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SEAI begins journey ‘Towards Zero’ for energy efficiency in homes

    SEAI begins journey ‘Towards Zero’ for energy efficiency in homes

As many as one million homes built in the last century are considered to be significantly energy inefficient. This means higher energy bills and, in some cases, poorer health and wellbeing for the homeowners. The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is set to begin a programme ‘Towards Zero’ to address this, aiming to significantly […]

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Data centres pushing up energy demands

    Data centres pushing up energy demands

EirGrid has predicted that Ireland’s energy demand will rise over the next decade due to the spread of data centres across the country. This will make the government’s task of avoiding fines for missed EU renewable-energy targets much more difficult.
In its recent ‘all-island generation capacity statement’, EirGrid said the need for extra power supply would […]

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Preparatory work on North-South interconnector can go ahead

    Preparatory work on North-South interconnector can go ahead

Preparatory work on the proposed North-South electricity interconnector is set to go ahead after a judge granted EirGrid’s application to vary a stay which had prevented it from commencing work. A number of landowners had opposed the variations, saying EirGrid should await the court’s decision on their full case challenging planning permission for the project […]

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UrbanVolt saves clients over €20m in energy costs

    UrbanVolt saves clients over €20m in energy costs

Irish energy services company UrbanVolt has completed its 100th project installation. In just over one year, UrbanVolt has upgraded 100 business premises to LED lighting via its zero capex ‘Light as a Service’ business model, reducing these clients energy costs by over €20 million over the next five years.
It is now the largest commercial and […]

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SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards searching for sustainable energy leaders across Ireland

    SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards searching for sustainable energy leaders across Ireland

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has started the search for sustainable energy leaders as it launched its 14th annual energy awards, the longest running energy leadership awards in the country. The SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards recognise and reward excellence in energy efficiency and renewable energy and are open to organisations, businesses or communities […]

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SSE Airtricity to supply solar energy to 14,000 homes

    SSE Airtricity to supply solar energy to 14,000 homes

SSE Airtricity has reached a deal with renewable energy developer BayWa to supply green energy to 14,000 homes through Ireland’s largest solar farm. The 194-acre facility is located at Bann Road, Rasharkin, Co Antrim. SSE Airtricity will have the offtake of the renewable energy generated at the 46MW farm for a period of 15 years.
The […]

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New windfarms to supply enough renewable energy to power over 36,000 homes

    New windfarms to supply enough renewable energy to power over 36,000 homes

Energia has started supplying energy from five new windfarms to power homes and businesses across the island of Ireland. The five new windfarms are located at Longmountain and Glenbuck in County Antrim and at Altamuskin, Eshmore and Gortfinbar in County Tyrone. The new facilities will generate a combined total of 73MWs of renewable energy. The […]

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350,000 households already availed of SEAI grants for home energy improvements

    350,000 households already availed of SEAI grants for home energy improvements

Almost 350,000 homes have benefited from grants through the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) to make energy improvements in their homes. SEAI is urging homeowners to avail of their entitlement to the grants which cover about 30% of the average cost of the upgrade works, making their homes warmer and more energy efficient. The […]

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ESB International to take on 150 new staff

    ESB International to take on 150 new staff

ESB International has announced it will recruit 150 professionals over the next three years. The recruitment drive comes on the back of €11 million worth of new contracts in Africa, the Middle East, Europe and with international funding agencies.
100 of the new jobs will be based at the company’s headquarters in Dublin Airport while a […]

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