Airsynergy

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The company recently completed deals with Lidl, Intel and Microsoft, and has expanded in to new markets in Europe and Canada with a further expansion planned for early 2018 involving UAE and Australia

Co Longford-founded cleantech firm Airsynergy has won out against strong competition from heavyweights such as Kingspan and Mitsubishi to scoop a majo(...)

The top of an Airsynergy intelligent smart pole, or ISP

A Longford-based renewable energy company has begun building a presence in the US. Airsynergy has installed its intelligent smart poles, or ISPs, in (...)

Financial advisor Eddie Hobbs. Photograph: Eric Luke

He’s making a list, he’s checking it twice. He’s going to find out who is naughty on price. Former Rip-Off Republic star Eddie Hobbs doubled as one of(...)

Airsynergy develops technology which allows wind turbines to double their energy output for an additional 20 per cent increase in cost

Longford-based wind energy firm Airsynergy has completed a €2 million funding round that values the company at €40 million. Airsynergy (...)

The Airsynergy innovation possesses a number of advantages. These include the ability to produce electricity at quite low wind speeds, tower heights 60 per cent lower than the current norm, and double the output of traditional turbines of the same size

When an organisation with the reputation of NASA says something can’t be done the world tends to listen. And this was the case with wind energy until (...)

Pat Daly, Principal Research Officer, Teagasc, with Liam Kavanagh, MD of the Irish Times; Timothy Brundle, Director of Innovation University of Ulster; Dr Marion Boland, Head of Post Award Programmes Directorate, Science Foundation Ireland; Aidan Gough, Strategy and Policy Director, InterTrade Ireland; Professor Frank Roche, Deputy College Principal, UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School,  in the Irish Times Building on Tara Street Dublin for the first round of the Irish Times/ InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards 2014.  Photograph: David Sleator

The 18 finalists in this year’s Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation awards comprise a varied mix of start-ups, third-level spin-offs, and well-es(...)