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Shell E&P Ireland says it is still on schedule to have gas flowing from the Corrib Gas Field within the next six months.
Athlone-based company OxyMem won the Energy Efficient Technology of the Year Award at the UK Energy Awards 2014 held earlier this week in London.
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Jobs and Enterprise Dara Calleary has accused the Government of engaging in an arrogant and highly misleading campaign on pylons. The Ballina based Dáil deputy said this week: “The comments from the Taoiseach and the Minister Pat Rabbitte this week show just out of touch this Government has become. It clearly demonstrates that the Government has absolutely no intention of taking on board the genuine concerns of communities and intends to just press ahead with the large scale construction of overhead lines regardless of any objections.”
Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Michelle Mulherin, has welcomed the announcement by the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Pat Rabbitte, of the extension of the REFIT scheme designed to boost the development of wind farms, biomass, and other renewable energy resources providing green energy to the Irish National Electricity Grid. This will give investors until 2017 to assist in achieving renewable energy targets. The previous deadline had been 2015. REFIT is the primary scheme supporting Ireland’s legally binding energy commitments.
The Darkness into Light fundraising walk in aid of Pieta House, the suicide and self-harm crisis centre will take place on Saturday May 11 in Westport. This year Darkness into Light will be supported this year by Electric Ireland.
MeetWest 2012, which took place in the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 20-21, was a huge success.
Successful Tuam businessman John Concannon of JFC Manufacturing Ltd will be one of several guest speakers at a two-day national business networking forum which takes place in Galway in November.
The third annual meeting of the Irish Future Internet Forum was hosted in Kilkenny at the Parade Tower this week where experts from the IT industry heard that the internet is rapidly approaching overload.
More than 300 delegates from the academic community, local and national industry, those at the forefront of policy-making, and the general public attended and actively participated in Energy Night 2011 which was held at NUI Galway last week.
Green is the new black and we are constantly being told that green is now the way forward in every walk of life.