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Four Galway Credit Unions have come together to bring all their members a brand new loan package, ProEnergy Homes — an end-to-end package for energy saving home improvements, up to 35 per cent SEAI grant and a low rate credit union loan.
In a major demonstration of support for the move to green energy by business, Heat Merchants Group has installed over 470 solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on the roof of its business support offices and central distribution hub in Athlone. The installation covers 835m2 of roof area and is expected to generate over 85 percent of the company’s electrical energy demand at the site.
Three Athlone schools will benefit from a seven million euro fund targeting energy use reduction by 33 percent, test retrofit solutions and improve efficiency.
The transition to Electric vehicles (EVs) is being made easier thanks to a range of Government supports, Longford/Westmeath TD, Peter Burke has noted. However, Deputy Burke highlighted that more will need to be added by the ESB if we are to meet our European obligations.
Underfloor heating is becoming increasingly popular among homeowners and for large projects due to its energy efficiency and the comfortable feeling it delivers.
The Government has allocated €13 million in funding to further incentivise the uptake of electric vehicles next year.
People affected by cancer in Westmeath have been invited to attend the Irish Cancer Society's annual free conference next month. Entitled 'Living Well With Cancer', this year’s conference takes place in the Clayton Hotel, Galway, on Saturday, September 15 and in the Silver Springs Hotel, Cork, on Saturday, September 22.
Ireland is experiencing a significant growth in self-charging hybrid cars.
The Research Centre for Marine and Renewable Energy Ireland (MaREI) has secured an additional €4.4 million in funding from Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and industry partners under the Sustainable Energy and Fuel Efficiency (SEFE) SFI Spokes Programme, to be based at NUI Galway.
Toyota’s move to expand mass-production of fuel cell stacks and hydrogen tanks ten-fold post-2020 should banish any doubts what will power cars in the future.