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# Renewable Energy

Last week
12th May 2024 - 18th May 2024
Ireland is falling behind on what is needed to reach renewable targets, says climate council
Last year
2023
No evidence Russia is a threat to Irish renewable energy supply, Eamon Ryan says
Ireland bottom of EU table for use of renewables last year
Hot water from Poolbeg Incinerator to heat over 50,000 buildings from 2025
EirGrid warn of electricity supply issues in near future due to lack of renewable energy
Ads for SSE Airtricity, Aldi and Whiteclaw breach advertising code
G7 pledges to quit fossil fuels faster, but doesn't set new deadline on phasing out coal
Govt must invest in ports in order to build offshore wind energy projects, report finds
Government approves zero VAT rate for the supply and installation of solar panels
All time
Planning permission no longer required to install solar panels on houses
'It shouldn't have been a surprise': How policy choices brought Ireland's energy to the brink
Most energy suppliers are still not paying households for solar power despite August promise
Appeal lodged over development of €100 million solar farm near Punchestown Racecourse
EU proposes 300 billion-euro roadmap to ditch Russian energy
'Neglected': Why Ireland is the worst country in the EU at using renewables to make heat energy
Reaching 80% renewable target depends on 'offshore wind technologies', Taoiseach tells summit
'Intuitive and straightforward' - How geothermal energy could change how Irish homes are heated
Electricity supply interruptions could have 'huge' impact on Irish society, expert warns
Head of Defence Forces says climate change is single biggest threat to Ireland
Bord na Móna to create 885 new jobs in midlands as it focuses on climate solutions
Power Down: How years of policy neglect left Ireland in the shadow of a solar revolution
Ireland ranks second last in EU for meeting 2020 renewable energy targets
ESB to take 50% share in €2 billion wind farm off Scottish coast
Irish Wildlife Trust lodges objection to Bord na Móna windfarm in Co Longford
Carbon taxes won’t stop climate change – we need more radical action
Brian O'Boyle
Poll: Will Ireland generate 70% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030?
Bruton commits to having 70% of electricity generated from renewables by 2030
Aran Islands to be used as testing ground for research into using hydrogen as fuel
Taoiseach wants to up spending on climate change to avoid hefty EU fines
Ireland now has a renewable heat plan, but lessons have been learned from 'cash for ash'
'It'll devastate the countryside': Laois locals object to one of Ireland's biggest solar farms
Details of Ireland's Renewable Heat Incentive revealed today - but Leo won't be calling it 'RHI'
'This and the Donegal floods go hand-in-hand': How Ireland plans to get to grips with renewable energy
Ireland's largest windfarm begins powering 50,000 homes
'National guidance' on solar farms needed after Ireland's biggest project is rejected
Ireland is expected to miss its EU renewables target - and cop a multimillion-euro bill
Large-scale solar farms are coming to Ireland as plans for over 20 projects unveiled
World's first tidal lagoon power station gets government support in Wales
Why Ireland won't be turning to nuclear energy anytime soon
A novel new use for Guinness waste heat (no rude jokes...)