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Northern Ireland’s power plants may have sufficient capacity to supply the region, albeit at higher prices than now.

Homes and businesses in the North face possible 30 per cent-plus electricity price rises should the UK crash out of the EU without a deal. The North (...)

Robin Dawson  driving at the 11th  during day two of the Flogas Irish Amateur Open Championship at Royal County Down. Photograph:  Pat Cashman

Tramore’s Robin Dawson kept his cool for the second day running to take a two-stroke lead into the third round of the Flogas Irish Amateur Open at Roy(...)

Panda Power is offering duel fuel discounts to customers

Panda Power, a waste and energy provider, has moved into the gas market, becoming one of Ireland’s only utilities providers to offer waste, electricit(...)

Luas fares will increase by 10 per cent on monthly and annual fares. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A series of prices hikes come into force on Friday as consumers will be hit by increases in the cost of energy, broadband and public transport. Four(...)

Fleet operators around the country can now switch from vehicles powered by heavy emission fuels to a cleaner and cheaper gas alternative

Amid the backlash against diesel engines and pending bans on diesel cars in certain European cities, many commercial vehicle operators are looking tow(...)

The Mill Enterprise Centre: within a few months of opening, it was home to 15 companies in sectors from gaming and social media to financial services and engineering and was rapidly running out of space.

In May 2014 the doors opened at The Mill, Drogheda’s purpose-built enterprise centre on the Newtown Link Road. What makes it somewhat different to oth(...)

KBC took €10 from our reader’s account. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Flogas recently tried to process a direct debit payment on an account owned by Yvonne in Ranelagh, without success. “Flogas does not allow consumer(...)

Discounted electricity and gas have been available to hundreds of thousands of Irish consumers for years but most people have chosen not to avail of them.

The arrival of Energia into the residential energy market this week is to be welcomed if only because increased competition tends to be a good thing f(...)