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Water tap. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Engineering surveys to establish where domestic water meters can be installed have not been completed by any local authority, (...)

Harry Crosbie in the O2 arena in Dublin. None of the businesses operating in the properties of which the agency has taken control will be affected by the move. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

State agency Nama is poised to take control of the O2 Arena at Dublin’s Point next week after moving against developer Harry C(...)

27/10/2012-DUBLIN NOW-Side view of Bord Gais Theatre taken from Martin's Terace,Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / THE IRISH TIMES

State assets agency Nama has moved against businessman and developer Harry Crosbie, seizing control of his Bord Gáis Energy Theatre and Point Villa(...)

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The first round of formal bids for Bord Gáis Energy are likely to be made in coming weeks as the State moves to sell the compa(...)

Minister for Energy Pat Rabbitte expects Bord Gais to start the sale of its energy unit, comprising retail and power generation, "in the coming(...)

Approximately 75 per cent of the Irish wholesale electricity demand was met by gas or coal powered plants, according to the Bord Gáis energy index published today. Photograph: Bryan O'Brien/The Irish Times

The Bord Gáis energy index, which measures wholesale energy prices, rose 11 per cent last month as unseasonably high demand coupled with gas su(...)

Outgoing Dublin city manager John Tierney: “If a decision had been taken then to meter new homes, today we would have 40 per cent of the national housing stock metered at no cost to anybody.” Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Instead of abolishing water charges in 1997, the then rainbow Coalition government should have required that all new houses be metered for wate(...)

Ireland has the potential to export wind energy as other countries struggle to meet renewable energy targets. Photograph: David Sleator

Ireland is touted as the European Saudi Arabia of wind with its wild Atlantic coast and large tracts of rural land. It also has the potential t(...)

Electronics waste specialist, Wisetek, has beefed up its board with three heavy hitters. The Cork company has appointed Intel’s former I(...)

Wavebob was set up in 1999 to develop a commercial system for converting wave energy into electricity. Photograph: Joe O'Shaughnessy

Ocean energy developer Wavebob looks set to be wound up next week when its board will tell investors, including State-owned Bo(...)

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