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New law to tap into massive ocean energy potential

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has pointed out that the recently published Maritime Area Planning Bill 2021, set to be debated in Dáil Éireann this autumn, will allow the country to generate enough electricity to not only meet Ireland’s needs but also the electricity needs of France and Austria as well.

New energy labels will increase public carbon footprint awareness

New energy labels are coming into effect to bring EU consumers a better understanding of their carbon footprint and energy consumption.

Ensure you reduce regular energy consumption and save water usage

Did you know an average nine minute shower uses about 100 litres of water, and to offset the carbon footprint created by a year of showering alone, around 40 trees must be planted?

Grant’s is leading the way in sustainable home heating with its Integrated Heating Packages for New Builds.

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Having spent over forty years working closely with homeowners across Ireland to maximise efficiencies, reduce heating costs and future-proof their homes, Grant is now offering those building new homes, individually tailored integrated heating packages.

Tidy oil tanks

Is your oil tank one of the big old types that take up too much space? Have you ever thought it would be great if you could move your tank to a new position in your garden, and maybe get a nice slimline model that tucks away neatly? Well now you can. Pat Hegarty and the team in Cosyhome Heating offer a complete oil tank relocation service. They can move the tank a few feet to allow better access for wheelie bins, or further down the garden out of view if that is what you want. Sizes vary from 650 litre upwards with single-skin and bunded options in stock.

Quality home heating oil at competitive prices

Texoil, one of the leading home heating oil suppliers in the country, continues to serve its customers in Galway with quality fuel at competitive prices.

New car sales improve but registrations fall calendar year to date

New car registrations for February were up 5.30 percent (13,834) when compared to February 2020 (13,138), while registrations for the year to date are still down 11 percent (38,986) on the same period last year (43,788).

Westmeath e-waste recycling falls in January after 2020 increase

Westmeath local authority recycling centres saw a 5% increase in electrical waste recycled last year, new data from WEEE Ireland shows.

I-Form and Westport-based w1Da to collaborate on development of highly efficient electric motors

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I-Form, the SFI Research Centre for Advanced Manufacturing, has agreed a collaboration with Westport-based w1Da to accelerate the development and production of eco-friendly electric marine motors.

SSE Airtricity/ePower to install home car chargers in Ireland

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SSE Airtricity has partnered with Cork-based ePower, an electric vehicle charger provider, to install home chargers across the country.

 

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