Monthly Archives: August 2014


Minister White welcomes enthusiastic response to Public Consultation on Energy Policy Green Paper

AUgust 5th2

Minister White welcomes enthusiastic response to Public Consultation on Energy Policy Green Paper Over 1200 submissions received on the future of Ireland’s energy policy   Minister for Energy, Alex White T.D., today welcomed the large number of submissions received on

Greens call for shared Irish vision

August 1st

Greens call for shared Irish vision Ireland’s Green Party is calling on the government to develop the “political and societal consensus” needed to realise the Republic’s targets for renewable energy production and emissions cuts.   The call came as part

The next potential leader in renewables? Nicaragua

August 29th

The next potential leader in renewables? Nicaragua Nicaragua has gone from suffering blackouts on a regular basis only a decade ago to now being eyed as the next leader in renewable energy as a result of its energy policies and

Co Longford town embraces energy efficient LED street lighting

August 28th

Co Longford town embraces energy efficient LED street lighting Cork firm Verde LED has won a contract to install energy efficient street lighting in Ballymahon, Co Longford, which is expected to result in energy savings of up to 70pc for

eConnect chauffering service in London to run purely on renewable energy

August 27th

eConnect chauffering service in London to run purely on renewable energy London will soon have its first fleet of chauffeur driven cars powered purely by renewable energy, as eConnect cars has announced that its entire fleet is now running on

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