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Tynagh Energy selects company to run massive power plant

Tynagh Energy Ltd has announced that GE Energy will operate and maintain the 400- megawatt Tynagh Power Plant and ensure that it complies with the highest environmental standards.

New Engineering degree has designs on innovation and invention

NUI Galway is to offer a new electronic engineering degree, via the CAO, called the BE. in engineering innovation – electronic. The new four-year course, with the option of a fifth year to achieve a masters, will deliver graduates with the skills and capabilities to start up their own company to design niche electronic products for world-wide markets.

Irish food company leads on green energy

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A County Dublin food company has become the first in Ireland to set out to power 100 percent of its production using green energy. Country Crest, based in Lusk and owned by brothers, Michael and Gabriel Hoey, has invested €1.5 million in a state-of-the-art wind turbine which commenced powering the plant during a recent visit by Deputy John Gormley, Minister for the Environment.

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