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An estimated 150 people are intended to be employed during the 25-month construction phase and a solar farm in Co Kildare

Concerns around the fate of the Small Skipper and Marsh Fritillary butterflies have delayed An Bord Pleanala making a ruling on pl(...)

The analysis estimates  Irish people used 108.7 giga watt hours (GWh) during the first week of restrictions, as  against 116.1 GWh at the start of the month

Irish electricity demand is falling in the face of the lockdown that has shut many of the State’s industries. Research by energy consultancy Cornwall(...)

Eirgrid chief executive Mark Foley says efforts need to be redoubled and ‘the Richard Bruton ethos’ must be retained within the next administration. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

To ensure power supply across Ireland on a 24/7 basis is an immense requirement resting on EirGrid’s shoulders. To do it at a time of transition in th(...)

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In yet another example of one part of the State shifting cash to another, Government-owned ESB plans to pay the exchequer an €88 million dividend from(...)

ESB pledged to pay the exchequer a dividend of €88 million from its 2019 profits.

Efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions from its operations in the Republic are costing the ESB €60 million, according to the State-owned energy group(...)

Airtricity says it will cut the price at which it sold natural gas to homes by 11.5% and reduce household electricity charges by 2.7%. Photograph: iStock

Electricity and gas supplier SSE Airtricity is cutting charges by more than €8 a month from May. The company confirmed on Wednesday that it would cut(...)

Undergraduates expecting to secure employment upon finishing their primary degree might be surprised to discover that they may lack the core skills wh(...)

Future engineers and transition-year students try assembling a Siemens green power car in DCU’s engineering labs as part of the Steps programme which is being hosted at the university during Engineers Week 2020.

The Irish education system needs to generate many more engineers armed with skills needed to meet the global climate-change challenge and to build a s(...)

Bord Gáis’s move is the second price drop it has passed on to customers in six months. Photograph: iStock

Bord Gáis Energy is cutting gas and electricity prices for households by almost €7 a month in some cases. Bord Gáis announced the cuts a week after r(...)

Charging: The Government has set an ambitious national target for numbers of EVs on Irish roads. Photograph: iStock

I live in an apartment in the Dublin suburbs. The development was built about 15 years ago and has both underground and overground car parks. Our car (...)

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