Monthly Archives: May 2014


€70m Irish Energy Efficiency Fund could be leveraged up to €300m

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€70m Irish Energy Efficiency Fund could be leveraged up to €300m   A new €70m Energy Efficiency Fund led by Sustainable Development Capital and supported by the Irish Government aimed at reducing energy demand from commercial buildings could be leveraged

Winner of UCC’s top master’s graduate in sustainable energy revealed

May 22nd

Winner of UCC’s top master’s graduate in sustainable energy revealed University College Cork’s (UCC) Peter Hourihane has won this year’s top master’s graduate in sustainable energy award by Ireland’s electric power transmission operator EirGrid.   Hourihane (30) from Cork, received

Finding the right energy to power Ireland

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Finding the right energy to power Ireland Challenge to move from fossil fuels to low-carbon supply Pat Rabbitte wants us all to become “energy citizens”, actively engaged in “choosing the appropriate pathway for energy policy” so that Ireland can “realise

€30m Johnson & Johnson wind turbine project goes live in Cork Harbour

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€30m Johnson & Johnson wind turbine project goes live in Cork Harbour Two wind turbines in Cork’s lower harbour that will support the manufacturing operations of DePuy Synthes and Janssen Biologics have gone live. They will reduce the environmental impacts

Danish Energy Agency: 100% Renewable Denmark By 2050 Is Possible

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Danish Energy Agency: 100% Renewable Denmark By 2050 Is Possible A new report by the Danish Energy Agency has found it would be technically possible to construct a secure and reliable national energy system based on 100 per cent renewables

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