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OFTEC which represents the domestic oil heating industry has issued advice to householders on how to keep warm, save money, stay safe, and avoid home heating disasters over the festive period.
Energy Minister Pat Rabbitte last night (Thursday) officially switched on Crossmolina’s smart street lighting, in what is a first-of-its-kind venture in Ireland. With the backing of Crossmolina Community Development and Mayo County Council, Crossmolina was chosen as a pilot town to test a new public lighting initiative that aims to result in long term savings to the town and council, as well as encouraging the delivery of other energy efficiency projects across the country.
A group of innovative business owners from Westport have come together to create a plan which will see the Market Lane area of Westport become Ireland’s first sustainable neighbourhood in the west of Ireland.
Athlone Chamber is coordinating an Athlone Sustainable Energy Day on Friday April 15 in Golden Island Shopping Centre. The awareness raising information day is being organised as part of the wider European Sustainable Energy Week 2011.
Westmeath County Council aims to make a 33 per cent energy saving in the public sector by 2020, in line with national targets.
Athlone Chamber is co-ordinating an Athlone Energy Awareness Day on Friday March 26. The information day is being organised in association with a wide range of organisations and is part of the wider European Sustainable Energy Week 2010. On Friday March 26 Athlone Town Centre, The Civic Offices, Athlone Library, and the Prince of Wales Hotel will host a series of seminars, exhibitions, and information stands.
Switching to solar energy not only contributes to a brighter, greener, future for all, but can also lead to major savings on your fuel bills, according to SolarGreen.ie.
Attending the recent Land Rover’s 60th anniversary event were (l-r): Land Rover dealers Sean Behan from Wicklow, Bob Bradley of Bradley Motor Works in Galway, and David Harpur, managing director of Land Rover Ireland, pictured with “Old Hughie”, the first Land Rover built, which still drives today.
The Green Party's representative in Kilkenny has welcomed the announcement by ministers Eamon Ryan and John Gormley of €100 million worth of new grants that will help homeowners. People living in local authority housing will save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions through better insulation and energy systems.
A Westmeath man has been chosen as one of five people who will compete during the next nine months to reduce their carbon number for a first prize of a €10,000 makeover for their home, garden, or lifestyle.