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Fergal Leamy, chief  exeutive of Coillte. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Coillte has begun the process of putting up for sale its stake in four wind farms it co-developed with ESB, SSE and Bord Na Móna. The semi-state bod(...)

University College Cork: hit by flooding in 2009.  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

University College Cork is facing a legal costs bill running to millions of euros after the Court of Appeal granted the ESB full costs of the legal b(...)

Fully charged:  black cab driver  John Dowd at one of the new charging points

The rollout of an electric-vehicle charging network in London, in which ESB is playing a crucial role, is now fully under way with the first 100 charg(...)

 Russia’s ambassador to Ireland Yury Filatov speaking at the Russian embassy on Orwell Road, Rathgar. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The diplomatic war of words between Russia and the UK over the poisoning of a former spy in Salisbury, England spread to Dublin on Thursday as Moscow’(...)

Minister for Communication, Climate Action and Environment Denis Naughten pictured at a meeting with his Canadian counterpart Catherine McKenna in Toronto when he confirmed Ireland is to join the ‘Powering Past Coal’ alliance.

Ireland is to join an international alliance committed to accelerating the end of coal use for power generation and for other forms of energy. Ministe(...)

In addition to sector-specific skills, transversal and cross-sectoral employability skills are increasingly being sought by employers. Photograph: iStockphoto/Getty

Undergraduates expecting to secure employment upon graduation might be surprised to discover that they may lack a range of core skills which employers(...)

Permanent TSB came under fire for turning down a request to appear before the Oireachtas finance committee over plans to sell €3.7 billion in mortgages. Photograph: Alan Betson

Monday Results: Aryzta, Aralez Pharmaceuticals. Indicators: Irish construction PMI (Feb); US consumer inflation expectations (Feb). Meetings: Dub(...)

ESB chief executive Pat O’Doherty said the company’s “solid underlying financial position” ensured it was well placed to lead the transition to reliable, affordable low-carbon energy for Ireland. Photograph: Andres Poveda

ESB swung to a loss of €31.9 million last year having had to revalue a number of assets that aren’t compatible with Ireland’s drive for a low-carbon e(...)

There are around 17,500 people outside Dublin with no water supply and 35,000 with a restricted supply.

Water shortages will remain “one of the big issues” for emergency management for weeks to come, the National Emergency Coordination Group (NECG) said (...)

Will a switch to battery motoring mean brown-outs and lukewarm tea for the rest of us?

So, Ireland has set itself the target of ending the sale of cars powered by fossil fuels by 2030. Well, almost. The proposed ban on petrol and diesel (...)

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