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Registration for the 2016 SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon has closed earlier than many runners anticipated due to unprecedented demand for places. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Did you miss the chance to enter the 2016 SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon? The race has sold out for the first time in its history and registration ha(...)

Wind energy: one of the biggest beneficiaries from the rise in the Public Service Obligation. Photograph: EPA/JENS BUETTNER

The Government is facing growing pressure to end a costly system of supports for the renewable energy industry that has drawn criticism from some majo(...)

Wind generators, including State-owned ESB, SSE Airtricity and Viridian, will share €269.7 million of the total that the CER will collect from electricity users. Photographer: Taylor Weidman/Bloomberg

Wind power generators have defended a decision by the energy regulator to add €270 million to consumers’ and businesses’ electricity bills to cover th(...)

A legal challenge from RSPB Scotland to the granting of consent for four major offshore wind farms has been upheld.

A legal challenge from RSPB Scotland to the granting of consent for four major offshore wind farms has been upheld. The bird protection charity had o(...)

Pelham House: won the RIAI award for “Best Public Building” in 2004

Global packaging group, Ardagh, is to rent an office block recently acquired by Friends First at South County Business Park in Leopardstown, D18. Pau(...)

Eddie O’Connor: “I’m faced with an almost explosive number of projects that I can compete for”

Eddie O’Connor’s Mainstream Renewable Power has agreed to sell a $117.5 million (€104 million) stake in its main African joint venture to a group of (...)

The wind farm on Arklow Bank in the Irish Sea: the Government is signing an agreement with nine European countries. Photograph: David O’Brien

The Government is to sign an agreement on Monday with nine northern European countries to further offshore wind-energy development. Industry lobby g(...)

With the ‘Explore’ account, customers of PTSB will be paid 10 cent by the bank for each time they use their Visa debit card in-store or online up to a maximum of €5 per month. (Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times)

Permanent TSB has launched a new current account product with a number of cashback features that it hopes will attract new customers who are in their (...)

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A consumer who switched from the most expensive providers of domestic gas and electricity to the cheapest at the beginning of 2015 could have saved t(...)

ESB’s finance director Donal Flynn is leaving to join Glen Dimplex, Ireland’s largest privately-owned manufacturing firm. After nearly six years at t(...)

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