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The ESB has lodged a planning application for a new generator known as a ‘synchronous condenser’ at Moneypoint power station in Co Clare. Photograph: Neil Warner

The Government is to consider extending its “just transition” initiative aimed at helping workers in the Midlands affected by Bord na Móna getting out(...)

Numbers 39-43 Merrion Square comprise a combined net internal area of 2,792 sq m (30,050sq ft).

The sale of a portfolio of five period properties on Dublin’s Merrion Square provides investors, developers and occupiers a rare opportunity to secure(...)

 “If we’re going to interest young people and their families in apprenticeships, we need to show them a clear progression route both academically and in terms of career progression.” - Tony Donoghue, IBEC

Traditionally it has been assumed that the way to advance to management level in a company is to enter the workforce with a degree or similar qualific(...)

Experts believe Ireland is particularly vulnerable to international cyber attacks due to the concentration of international technology firms here and the ‘thinly resourced’ cybersecurity infrastructure. Photograph: iStock

Ireland has applied to join a cyberintelligence sharing organisation run by the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) in the face of increasing on(...)

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan: ‘There are ways we can do things that are better for the environment and better for our pocket.’ Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan has suggested that a village of 300 people needs just 30 cars to operate. He believes the Government should incentivise(...)

Czech energy firm EPH’s planned purchase of a 80 per cent stake in the Tynagh Energy gas power plant in Galway has been given the go-ahead from competition officials.

Czech energy company EPH’s planned purchase of a 80 per cent stake in the Tynagh Energy gas power plant in Galway has been given the go-ahead from com(...)

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All charged up for a change

With the climate marches in recent weeks, it’s obvious that people are more and more aware of the impact of human activity on the planet, but the chal(...)

‘There is growing public acceptance of the need for more radical measures on the road to decarbonisation’. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

In spite of a pre-Budget tizzy about carbon taxes, the scale of increase announced, less than 2 cent per litre of diesel or petrol for instance, is so(...)

Parts of Donegal town are underwater this morning as the storm dumped up to 50mm of rainfall on the region. Photograph: Donegal Daily.

Power has been fully restored to 20,000 customers who lost power during Storm Lorenzo, ESB Networks has said. The company, which maintains the countr(...)

Séamus Clancy, chief executive of Repak Repak: “If you get people separating food waste at home, they will do it at work too.”

Business needs to move responsibility for waste from the maintenance man to the boardroom. So says Séamus Clancy, chief executive of Repak, on the cha(...)

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