Monthly Archives: December 2014


Reduction In Renewable Energy Applications

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Reduction In Renewable Energy Applications Renewable energy applications in Northern Ireland have reduced further, according to a report published today (18 December).  The number of applications received in the second quarter of 2014/15 fell by just over one fifth (21%)

Government unveils plans for UK’s first renewable energy college

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Government unveils plans for UK’s first renewable energy college UK Government has announced plans to develop a National College for Wind Energy, the UK’s first further education centre dedicated to renewable energy. Business Secretary Vince Cable said the national college

Details emerge of plans for Irelands largest wind farm development along Finn Valley

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Details emerge of plans for Irelands largest wind farm development along Finn Valley Irelands largest off shore windfarm could be constructed in Co Donegal. The 500 foot turbines will run along a 15km stretch from Barnesmore Gap to the Finn

EPA waste water report reveals €2bn funding need

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EPA waste water report reveals €2bn funding need Agency finds 44 areas discharging raw sewage into lakes, rivers and coastal areas.  Thirty-eight of the Republic’s largest sewage treatment plants are defective – including those serving Dublin and Cork – according

MRP group gets consent for €4.4bn UK wind project

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MRP group gets consent for €4.4bn UK wind project Eddie O’Connor-led group’s offshore windfarms to be operational by 2020 A consortium led by Eddie O’Connor’s Mainstream Renewable Power (MRP) has been given consent by the UK government to develop a massive 1.2

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