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Minister Naughten Awards €20m in Community Energy Grants

The search for a high flying clean energy generator

Minister Naughten Awards €20m in Community Energy Grants

04 August 2016

  38 community energy projects receive €20 in grant funding through the Better Energy Communities scheme operated by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland, which was announced by Denis Naughten T.D; the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment. This year’s funding will provide for energy efficiency upgrades to more than 2,600 homes and almost […]

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The search for a high flying clean energy generator

27 July 2016

The question arises whether it is possible that we can construct an airborne device that would itself produce green energy, because of the fact that old flying machines gobble up fuel and pollute the atmosphere. At the moment, Portuguese engineers are testing their latest prototype. So, their tests take place at a former military airbase near […]

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HYDROSOL Plant Project – Hydrogen power for zero CO2 emissions

26 July 2016

The EU-funded HYDROSOL-PLANT project supported by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint undertaking (FCH JU) has developed a technology that has the potential to produce hydrogen on a large-scale, cost-effectively. This renewable energy could slow climate change and create a sustainable future. The reason for this innovation is that Europe relies on natural gas and fossil […]

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Our Future – Efficiency and Renewable Energy

25 July 2016

The development and operating of more renewable energy electricity is the most focused part of the decarbonizing our electricity grids. Mr. Porter, who writes the Economic Scene column for The New York Times, characterizes renewable energy commitments in several countries as ambitious infatuations that have led to a glut requiring adjustments to grid operations. He thinks […]

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€10 million loan for the further development of wave energy

25 July 2016

Due to the EU loan of €10 million from the new InnovFin Demo Project Facility, it will be enabled a project which contains the importance of conversion of wave energy into electrical power, which could be a major step forward in the quest to find new sources of sustainable energy. The Finnish company AW-Energy will […]

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Oil hits two-month low on glut fears, technical selling

19 July 2016

On the 11th of July the oil prices fell more than 1 per cent, hitting two-month lows on extended selling after the market’s break below a key technical support level due to oversupply fears. The market last week slumped nearly 8 per cent in its biggest weekly losses in six months and already hit a two-month […]

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Farmers advised to exercise ‘caution’ when signing up to any solar energy contract

19 July 2016

Farmers thinking about the positive effect of solar energy. But according to the Chairman of IFA Renewables, James Murphy,  it says that the farmers have to be careful before signing up any agreement. Speaking at an IFA seminar on solar energy he said that while there are good reasons to be optimistic about solar energy in […]

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Indigenous Wind Energy Saved Ireland €70 Million in Energy Imports Since January

15 July 2016

Over a fifth of Ireland’s electricity has come from wind energy this year Since the beginning of 2016, Ireland has saved approximately €70 million in foreign energy imports with the help of wind energy. Within a six month period which saw the indigenous renewable energy source meet over a fifth (22%) of Ireland’s entire electricity […]

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MEPs call for more ambitious A-G scale for energy labels

15 July 2016

To kept up with the time of the technologies, the EU Parliament voted for a simpler and more stringent A to G scale for the energy labels, which shows the energy efficiency of the household appliances.   While the proposal was discussed, MEPs mentioned that the most appliances on the market now meet the ‘class […]

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Strafford to construct a new €3m smokeless fuel manufacturing facility

29 February 2016

Stafford Fuels, which is part of the larger Stafford Group, is set to spend €3 million on a new smokeless fuel plant in New Ross, Co Wexford. The largest privately owned distributor of solid fuels in Ireland, that have been marketing-environmentally friendly domestic fuels since 1990, with the new facility, confirms their strategic view of […]

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