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If you assume that all of these batteries will be used in 58kWh packs that would be enough capacity for 4.1 million car. Photo: AP Photo/Jens Meyer

Volkswagen, which – thanks in part to trying to make up for its diesel cheating disaster – is making huge inroads into the electric car market, and ha(...)

Aer Lingus: has secured a three-year loan  of €150 million from the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund.

Aer Lingus has secured €150 million from the State-backed Ireland Strategic Investment Fund’s (Isif) pandemic recovery scheme, according to the Sunday(...)

The Scottish utility SSE plans to build an offshore wind farm in the Arklow Bank by 2025. Photograph: Reuters

Scottish utility group SSE has said it hopes to build an offshore wind farm off Ireland by 2025. The company’s Arklow Bank project of at least 520 meg(...)

Commuters wear protective face masks on the Bangkok underground on Wednesday. Coronavirus was hard to escape on the markets. Photograph: EPA

Coronavirus seemed to be everywhere on the main markets again on Wednesday, but stocks managed to distract themselves as the day progressed, with Euro(...)

 Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on November 20, 2019 in New York City.  Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

European shares posted their best day in six weeks on Monday, as transatlantic deals by Louis Vuitton owner LVMH and Swiss drugmaker Novartis, as wel(...)

Electricity supplier switching rates were down 10.8%  in the second quarter versus the previous three months

Consumers are failing to benefit from an increasingly competitive energy market by not switching suppliers, the regulator in charge of setting prices (...)

Prof Patrick Honohan said that the financial market “is always wrong”. “We saw how wrong it was in the years before the crisis of 2007. It was over-optimistic. But then after that, and progressively in 2008, 2009 and 2010 it became too pessimistic.”

The Government is set on Tuesday to consider the outline of planned laws to make senior bankers more accountability individually for failings or wrong(...)

The company will employ more than 100 sales staff, along with 10 people in an office in Dublin and 40 more in a services operation in Sligo.

Spanish utility company Iberdrola will spark renewed energy-price competition when it begins selling electricity to Irish homes this week and reveals (...)

Aryzta was in demand for much of the day.

European shares declined on Tuesday as hopes of mega mergers in the worlds of UK retailing and German banking were scuppered. London-listed supermark(...)

Donald Trump’s tax cuts, designed to get US multinationals  to repatriate profits,   have ‘pulled €50 billion out of Ireland’, according to the Sunday Times.  Photograph: Al Drago/ The New York Times

The Sunday Times reports that US multinationals have “pulled €50 billion out of Ireland” since US president Donald Trump introduced tax cuts designed (...)

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