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Galway businesses can cut energy costs with online SEAI Energy Academy teaching efficient energy management

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has launched a free online training resource to help businesses reduce their energy costs. The SEAI Energy Academy can help to lower energy bills by as much as 10%, potentially even more, by educating businesses and employees on changing energy use behaviours and effective energy management.

IPAV farm report reveals minute decrease in average price per acre

The latest Farm Report from IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, launched by Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan TD, has found that land sales during 2019 averaged between €8,800 and €9,000 per acre, a little weaker than the previous year.

New Transit offers better fuel efficiency, payload and connectivity

Ford tells us it is introducing its most intelligent, fuel-efficient, capable and productive two-tonne Transit van, developed to help businesses thrive in a modern operating environment.

Galway house prices rise by almost three per cent as demand increases

The price of the average three-bed semi in Galway city rose by 2.9 per cent in the first three months of 2018, according to the latest national survey carried out by Real Estate Alliance.

Irish energy consumers need to complain with confidence

While many consumers have complained to their energy or telecoms providers in the past, only four in ten said they felt fully confident doing so, according to new research from independent price comparison and switching service, Switcher.ie.

Irish households went without heat this winter to cut costs

Almost seven in ten (69 per cent) people in Irish households went without heating at some point this winter in a bid to save money on their energy bills

Marine Economics and Policy Research Symposium told of ecosystem benefits to society

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The 7th Annual Marine Economics and Policy Research Symposium was held on Thursday, 24 November, in the Glenlo Abbey Hotel, Galway. Organised each year by the Socio-Economic Marine Research Unit (SEMRU) of the Whitaker Institute, NUI Galway, with the support of the Marine Institute, the day provides participants with an update on a wide range of policy topics related to the marine sector in Ireland. This year there was a particular focus on the valuation of marine ecosystem services and benefits to society.

Accelerating Galway’s low carbon future

A new initiative aiming to accelerate the transition to a low carbon sustainable future has been launched in Galway. The Post Carbon Galway (PCG) initiative aims to work in partnership with all sectors to ensure that environment issues are to the fore in the coming years.

Subaru excels in ‘real world’ fuel efficiency test

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Amid the recent controversy surrounding manufacturer claims on official mpg figures, Subaru has been named one of the top car manufacturers for ‘real world’ fuel efficiency following independent testing.

Subaru excels in ‘real world’ fuel efficiency test

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Amid the recent controversy surrounding manufacturer claims on official mpg figures, Subaru has been named one of the top car manufacturers for ‘real world’ fuel efficiency following independent testing. The tests were carried out to establish how efficient cars are under normal driving compared to their official fuel consumption figures.

 

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