The future of energy looks bright Energia Group CEO Ian Thom, Northern Ireland minister for Infrastructure Nichola Mallon, Wrightbus chairman Jo Bamford and Translink CEO Chris Conway, at the press announcement of its partnership with Translink to supply hydrogen to public buses in Belfast.

With multiple projects across domestic and industrial spheres which include hydrogen electrolysis and anaerobic digestion, Energia is at the forefront of renewable energy

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FAI announce Ireland Under-21 manager will take the senior role with immediate effect

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