Monthly Archives: February 2014


Clean tech debate sees hope for Ireland’s future

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Clean tech debate sees hope for Ireland’s future Does green technology actually damage the environment? Four experts in the field of climate change and green technology debated the topic at the Science Gallery, Dublin, last night, and came to some

Job Creation Potential of Ireland’s Wind Industry Examined

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Job Creation Potential of Ireland’s Wind Industry Examined  The potential job creation benefit of an expansion of the wind industry in Ireland is the subject of a new report authored by researchers from Trinity College Dublin. The report, An Enterprising Wind:

Airsynergy raises €2m in new funding for clean-tech projects

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Airsynergy raises €2m in new funding for clean-tech projects One of Ireland’s leading wind-turbine producers, Airsynergy, has raised €2m in funding, which it hopes to put back into new clean-tech projects. Founder and chief executive of the Longford-based company, Jim

Plan to generate renewable energy from seas and oceans

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Plan to generate renewable energy from seas and oceans The Government has launched a plan to generate renewable energy from the seas and oceans surrounding the country. According to the Department of Energy, Communications and Natural Resources, its Offshore Renewable

GE buys two windfarms here with works due to be completed next year

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GE buys two windfarms here with works due to be completed next year Construction works on two windfarms acquired yesterday by US giant GE are due to be completed next year. The firm made its first equity investment in Ireland’s

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