Monthly Archives: September 2014


EirGrid in new go-ahead bid for high-voltage line

interconnector

EirGrid in new go-ahead bid for high-voltage line National grid operator EirGrid is to re-apply for planning permission to build a controversial high-voltage power line between Meath and Tyrone. The €288m North-South Interconnector is one of the three so-called pylon

EirGrid in new go-ahead bid for high-voltage line

interconnector

EirGrid in new go-ahead bid for high-voltage line National grid operator EirGrid is to re-apply for planning permission to build a controversial high-voltage power line between Meath and Tyrone. The €288m North-South Interconnector is one of the three so-called pylon

Energia slices energy costs for The Wheel members to help 15th birthday celebrations

September 25th

Energia slices energy costs for The Wheel members to help 15th birthday celebrations To help celebrate the 15th birthday of The Wheel, the representative body for over 1,000 community and voluntary organisations and charities across Ireland, Energia is offering members

Energia slices energy costs for The Wheel members to help 15th birthday celebrations

September 25th

Energia slices energy costs for The Wheel members to help 15th birthday celebrations To help celebrate the 15th birthday of The Wheel, the representative body for over 1,000 community and voluntary organisations and charities across Ireland, Energia is offering members

‘The clock ticks’: Kenny calls for urgent climate change action

September 24th

‘The clock ticks’: Kenny calls for urgent climate change action An Taoiseach Enda Kenny has called on world leaders to show “conviction, clarity, courage and consistency” in their response to climate change. Kenny was speaking at the UN Climate Summit

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