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Declan Black, managing partner of Mason Hayes & Curran: “I’m pretty happy with the performance”

One of the Republic’s leading law firms, Mason Hayes & Curran, recorded a 6 per cent decline in its turnover last year to €80 million due to the i(...)

Eirgrid  plans to formally launch a public consultation on plans to meet the Government’s 70 per cent target by 2030.

Planning protests could de-rail Government plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions unless the problem is tackled now, experts warned at the weekend. Th(...)

Cork-based Irish Mainport Holdings has bought a 50m survey ship, the Oya, pictured above, and taken a minority stake in Wicklow offshore services player, Alpha Marine.

Shipping company Irish Mainport Holdings is seeking a foothold in the offshore energy business with the purchase of a survey and research vessel. Cor(...)

‘The winter of 2020 will be a write-off,’ Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary admitted yesterday. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images

Up to 460 trucks containing agriculture and food consignments from the UK may need to be checked by State inspectors each day at Dublin Port after the(...)

Two of the farms – the Blundelstown and Harristown solar farms – are in Meath while the other three farms are spread across Tipperary, Laois and Cork.  Photograph: iStock

Norwegian energy group Statkraft has acquired five undeveloped solar farms in the Republic, which the company expects will cost about €150 million to (...)

The  Renewable Energy Support Scheme will have a budget of between €7.2 billion and €12.5 million over five years to 2025.  Photograph: Ben Curtis

EU officials have backed Government plans to get families and employers to pay up to €12.5 billion to support new green energy projects. The Governme(...)

Failure to develop a port in Ireland may lead to work being lost to British harbours such as Mostyn in Wales, or Barrow, which is close to Liverpool, which already service wind farms in the eastern Irish Sea.

Spending of up to €100 million is needed on at least one port on the Irish coast to support the development of an offshore electricity industry that c(...)

The Scandinavian group entered the Irish market recently with plans to spend €1.5 billion on building renewable energy plants. Photograph: iStock

Norwegian energy group Statkraft is paying more than €15 million for nine Irish plants that convert solar power to electricity. The Scandinavian grou(...)

Some tech companies are already doing deals to fund renewable electricity generators. Photograph: iStock

Experts say the growing number of data centres in the Republic could require spending of more than €1 billion annually for the next eight years on new(...)

German energy group Innogy will build three battery storage facilities in Ireland with a total capacity to store 100 mega watts of electricity.

German energy group Innogy plans to spend about €100 million in the Republic on building battery plants for storing electricity for use by homes and b(...)

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