Greencoat Renewables: turbines at the company’s Knockacummer wind farm, in Co Cork

The Irish renewable-infrastructure company Greencoat Renewables has agreed to buy Lisdowney, a 9.2MW wind farm in Co Kilkenny, for €22.5 million. The(...)

Brookfield Renewable told investors in an update last week that its 2014 Irish deal was funded by way of $390 million in debt and $350 million in equity

Canada’s Brookfield Renewable Partners has repaid half of the $350 million (€297 million) of investors’ money it used to help fund the purchase of win(...)

Greencoat is the first renewable energy infrastructure company to list on the Dublin exchange

Davy has begun its coverage of Irish energy company Greencoat Renewables with an outperform rating for the newly listed firm. Such a rating suggests (...)

Greencoat Renewables is a fledgling Irish energy company that acquired part of the original Bord Gáis wind portfolio this year

Greencoat Renewables, a fledgling Irish energy company that acquired part of the original Bord Gáis wind portfolio this year, has raised €270 million (...)

Cairn Homes said on Monday that it had completed the €107.5 million purchase of 8.64 acres of land at the  RTÉ’s complex in Donnybrook. Photograph: Cyril Byrne /

Cairn Homes, which floated on the London Stock Exchange two years ago, is poised to join the Dublin bourse in the middle of next week in a move which (...)

Killhills wind farm in County Tipperary, which Greencoat acquired in March of this year.

Greencoat renewables, a subsidiary of Greencoat Capital, has announced its intention to float with the hope of trading shares on both the Irish and Lo(...)

The new subsidiary  said it intends to raise further long-term capital, over time, to build a leading portfolio of operating renewable energy assets in Ireland

A new wholly-owned subsidiary of ESB’s clean tech fund adviser, Greencoat Capital, has acquired the Knockacummer and Killhills wind farms in Ireland, (...)

Sustainable Nation Ireland. Photograph:  Shane O’Neill Photography.

A new organisation is aiming to stimulate investment in green technologies and cleantech, developing and promoting Ireland as a hub for sustainable a(...)

Paul Mulvaney, executive director of innovation at ESB, said the investment would result in a “two-way knowledge transfer” between the power company and Endeco. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

ESB is investing €3.3 million in Endeco Technologies, an Irish company that helps large, industrialised energy users reduce their power consumption. (...)

Paul Mulvaney, executive director of innovation at the ESB: his presentation on Wednesday is likely to map out the ESB’s plan to remain the big player in Ireland’s energy pool. Photograph: Chris Bellew/Fennell Photography 2015

Paul Mulvaney is busy in his first floor office at ESB’s headquarters, putting the finishing touches to a presentation on how the one-time State-backe(...)

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