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New website highlights Galway’s business, research, education and community eco-initiatives

The Galway National Park City initiative with President Michael D Higgins as its patron recently launched a website in the hope that it will become a major resource and information hub in helping to integrate nature into the fabric of the city.

Westmeath home owners encouraged to regularly switch energy providers

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Almost 16,000 households in Westmeath are missing out on savings of up to €2,000 in energy costs per year by failing to switch providers, a new survey has revealed.

Mayo PPN drops the red and goes all green for St Patrick's Day

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Mayo Public Participation Network (PPN) in collaboration with The Climate Action Office in Mayo County Council will highlight the work of community groups around Mayo to mark St Patrick's Day in a bid to help keep the planet green.

Cold snap poses 'significant risks to elderly Galweigans' warns Farrell

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The current cold snap poses significant risks to elderly Galweigans, and the Government must take action, by supporting a new fuel poverty Bill.

Ability to sell electricity into the grid under new scheme

Individuals, farmers, businesses and community groups will be able to sell renewable electricity into the grid under a scheme being developed by the Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan TD.

Reduce yiour energy costs with Dalgan Ultratherm energy-efficient windows

Dalgan Windows is a family run business manufacturing and installing windows and doors to an international quality standard.

345 Mayo Homes Still Waiting for Energy Upgrades - Conway-Walsh

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Sinn Féin Mayo TD Rose Conway-Walsh has raised concerns for elderly people and those on lower incomes who have not had planned energy upgrades made to their homes this year due to the Covid-19 crisis.

Galway faces 'three-pronged attack' with oncoming high energy costs this winter, warns O'Hara

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Elderly people, and those on lower incomes, across County Galway are set to be hit with higher fuel bills than expected this month, due to a combination of stalled energy upgrades for homes, and the carbon tax increases.

Homeowners urged to check heating system to attract buyers

With property prices rising by 4.3 percent as the nation exits out of lockdown, homeowners with an itch to sell are now getting a chance to get their house in order and on the market.

Are you building or renovating? Then it is time to contact Dalgan Windows

Dalgan Windows is a family run business manufacturing and installing windows and doors to an international quality standard. The company, which is based in Shrule, Co Galway, is one of the leading suppliers of windows and doors in the country.

 

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