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Poolbeg power station. Technical studies have identified the need to replace cables linking substations at North Wall and Poolbeg; Finglas and North Wall; Poolbeg and Carrickmines; and two cables linking Inchicore and Poolbeg. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan

Dubliners are to face a “considerable amount of roadworks” for several years when a project to install up to 50km of underground electricity cables g(...)

The airport operator struggled to cope with a resurgence in post-pandemic travel in recent months. Photograph: Kate Geraghty

Coillte is the latest semi-state company to announce the payment of a huge dividend to the exchequer. The forestry agency has agreed to pay €30 millio(...)

     Officials are examining whether the sums on offer should vary depending on how many refugees a person is hosting.

Plans to offer financial support to households hosting refugees from Ukraine could be brought to Government as early as next week. A sum of €400-per(...)

UCD director of enterprise and commercialisation Tom Flanagan  and Hugh Sheehy, CEO and co-founder of Go Eve. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

With the ever-growing demand for electric vehicle (EV) charging points, and the seeming sluggishness of the rollout of a truly nationwide network of s(...)

Costs associated with installing solar panels have come down through availability of generous SEAI grants

A new era in the Irish energy is about to take off. Individuals, businesses, farmers, community organisations and sports clubs will be able to install(...)

The pandemic has completely changed the way we work, so will we ever return to the office en masse?
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As staff are called back to the office as we ease out of the pandemic, employers are having to adapt centuries-old ways of working to provide more (...)

State forestry agency, Coillte, plans to add 100,000 hectares of forestry in coming years, an increase of 22 per cent

A €2 billion Coillte plan to boost forestry, tourism and jobs hinges on an end to licensing delays and a national land-use policy, the company’s direc(...)

Cairn’s application is for 377 apartments laid out in six blocks ranging from three to nine storeys

Housebuilder Cairn Homes is seeking permission for more than 370 apartments on a high-profile site previously earmarked for student accommodation. Ca(...)

Ruth Harpur in Gaza, where she works for the UN

Ruth Harpur is originally from Meath, but moved to Dublin in 2015. She now lives in Gaza, in the occupied Palestinian territories (oPt), where she wor(...)

Gerard McNamara and his brother Paudie. The McNamaras cut turf for friends and family. Photograph: Valerie O’Sullivan

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has said that removing the turf from Ireland was like removing wine from the French. In Kerry, turf has a grip like no where el(...)

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