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2023 Budget planning
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The long-awaited Budget was announced yesterday with business owners nationwide eager to learn their fate in relation to Government financial support in the coming months. ...
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All schools are to be eligible for funding for solar panels to help with the rising cost of energy. It is expected that funding for the scheme will come from the Department of the Environment’s Climate Action and will be distributed through the Summer Works Scheme for schools. Learn more..
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Embracing more sustainable business models can be a difficult task. Companies of all sizes who are considering reducing their carbon footprint share similar challenges, not...
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Since the beginning of 2021, gas and electricity prices have increased dramatically in Ireland with little sign of easing in the short term. The energy...
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In light of recent economic inflation, geopolitical events and the subsequent surge in oil and gas prices, many businesses have been forced to address their...
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Solar energy microgeneration on farms will be the first piece of work for a new agriculture forum set up by Fine Gael. "We can drive on agricultural production and make a difference, and we can drive the climate change agenda in the same way.” Learn more..
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Despite solar “sparking most interest” among farmers of all the renewable energy technologies available, fewer than 2% of dairy farms in Ireland currently have a solar photovoltaic system installed. Learn more..
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Will the decarbonization agenda take a back seat to the energy security and affordability crises? The answer to this question is unequivocal "No." Learn more..
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First held in 1970, Earth Day highlights global issues that affect every person both directly and indirectly. These include plastic pollution, resource exploitation, deforestation, climate change, inefficient energy use and waste management.
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German energy giant RWE is to spend up to €1.5 billion in Ireland on large-scale renewable energy projects between now and 2030.