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Get free electricity — use solar power

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With the advent of solar renewable energy, we can now harness the free energy produced by the sun and use it as electricity in our homes and businesses.

Save on heating costs with Solar Home Ireland

With home heating oil having increased 30 per cent in the last six months and a further eight per cent expected over the comings weeks with the new carbon tax, there has never been a better time to consider installing solar panels on your home. A system, if properly specified, will generate 65 per cent of your home’s domestic hot water requirements free from the sun.

Think green and save money with Solargreen.ie

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Switching to solar energy not only contributes to a brighter, greener, future for all, but can also lead to major savings on your fuel bills, according to SolarGreen.ie.

Minister to attend energy conference

The Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Eamonn Ryan is coming to Kilkenny next week to attend a conference on natural resources.

PJ Kelly’s — for all your solar needs

Sustainable energy refers to a way we can use and generate energy that is more efficient and less harmful to the environment. We need to think, act and start changing our ways regarding energy consumption. We can do this by being more efficient in how we use energy and by implementing renewable energy systems.

Tourmakeady green energy industry awarded €20 million deal

A Mayo firm has been awarded a €20 million deal to have their breakthrough solar power product distributed throughout the Republic of Ireland.

Forty eight thousand solar grants approved and no sign of it stopping

To date, Sustainable Energy Ireland has granted 48,000 grants for solar water heating systems in Ireland, which is the highest growth rate in Europe.

Forty eight thousand solar grants approved and counting

To date, Sustainable Energy Ireland (SEI) has granted 48,000 grants for solar water heating systems in Ireland, which is the highest growth rate in all of Europe.

 

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