Monthly Archives: June 2014


Greens Voice Concerns Over Irish Air Quality

Jun 26th

Greens Voice Concerns Over Irish Air Quality Green Party Environment Spokesperson, Cllr Malcolm Noonan, has voiced concerns over the failure to reach minimum targets set by the EU for Irish air quality.  The most recent report from the National Emissions

New NASA satellite to track airborne carbon dioxide

June 30th 2

New NASA satellite to track airborne carbon dioxide US space agency NASA’s new Earth-orbiting satellite, the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2), is expected to provide scientists with answers to questions about carbon dioxide so they may evaluate options to manage climate

Cylon Controls receives €7m from ESB’s clean-tech fund Novusmodus

June 30th

Cylon Controls receives €7m from ESB’s clean-tech fund Novusmodus The ESB is to invest €7m in Dublin-based building energy management company Cylon Controls as part of its clean-tech and resource efficiency fund, Novusmodus. Cylon Controls is one of the largest independent

A temporary micro-city has been built in Paris to demonstrate the state of the art in energy-efficient homes.

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A temporary micro-city has been built in Paris to demonstrate the state of the art in energy-efficient homes. The project is part of The Solar Decathlon 2014 competition, where students from universities across the globe compete to design and build

Airport teams up with ESB to save energy

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Airport teams up with ESB to save energy DUBLIN Airport has struck a deal with the ESB which will lead to energy consumption at the airport being cut by almost a third.    The agreement is the first full energy

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