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- Country: Ireland
Published at Apr 9, 2012
source: German- Irish Chamber of Industry and Commerce
A great turnout of around 75 delegates attended the conference "Smart Grid: the Future of Energy Efficiency" in the Herbert Park Hotel, Dublin on Tuesday...
Published at Jun 22, 2011
source: AHK Ireland
In a week that the Queen did her bit for Anglo-Irish relations, partnerships between German and Irish companies also bloomed at the “Heat and Power...
Published at May 27, 2011
Renewable energy grew by an average of 15% per year between 2005 and 2009 in Ireland, and continues to be one of the most dynamic...
Published at Mar 5, 2009
source: Irish Department of Communications, Energy and National Resources
Farmers and households to sell excess electricity back to national grid - First 4,000 will get guaranteed price of 19 cent a kWh - Plan...
Published at Jan 28, 2008
Energy Minister Eamon Ryan today announced a major programme of activity, grants and supports to develop ocean energy in Ireland. Over €26 million in targeted...
Published at Dec 18, 2007
The opening information seminar for the Biofuels for Transport initiative attracted a flood of applications from transport operators who wish to move towards a greener...
Published at Oct 2, 2006
Ireland must install 936 MW of green power capacity by 2010, including 867 MW of wind turbines. To reach the target of 13.2% from renewables...