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Feature image courtesy of catazul via Pixabay Ammonia emissions have been non-compliant for 7 out of the last 9 years, driven by growth of the agriculture sector. Ireland can achieve compliance with the 2030 ceiling for ammonia through full implementation of planned ammonia reduction measures. Ireland is compliant for 2019 with the emissions ceilings under […]
Business News Transport
Irish Sea Contractors has been selected by Dublin Port Company as the provider of diving services on their single party framework agreement. Dublin Port Company is responsible for operating and developing Dublin Port which is the largest freight and passenger port in Ireland, handling almost 50% of all trade in the Republic of Ireland. The […]
Business Culture News Technology
Feature image courtesy of gteic@AnSpidéal Looking for a remote working space? Mícheál Ó hÉanaigh, CEO of Údarás na Gaeltachta, tell says it’s time to look in the Gaeltacht regions. If you picture Ireland’s biggest digital hub network, you probably associate it with busy urban locations, crammed spaces and congestion. So it might come as a […]
Business News Technology
A recent survey carried out by Sidero, Ireland’s software, cloud, and digital transformation specialist – revealed that 77% of Irish tech leaders believe more technology companies will locate outside Dublin following the Covid-19 pandemic. The survey Sidero did with 119 IT decision makers across the island of Ireland revealed a strong appetite for increased
Culture Health News
Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman, T.D., today announced the Summer of Play initiative to support and encourage children and their families to get outside and play as restrictions ease in the coming months. The initiative will see grants, supports and information resources rolled out over the summer months, creating
Business Environment Feature News Technology
Electric Ireland and Tipperary Energy Agency have today announced a new joint venture, ‘Electric Ireland SuperHomes’, with the ambition of delivering 35,000 deep home energy upgrades by 2030. The partnership will directly create 200 jobs over the next five years as well as supporting the development of hundreds more jobs indirectly through building contractors and […]
Business Environment News
Ireland’s largest renewable energy industry has a new leader with the announcement by the Board of Wind Energy Ireland that Noel Cunniffe has been appointed the trade association’s new CEO. Mr Cunniffe joined Wind Energy Ireland in March 2019 as the organisation’s Head of Policy and has served as Acting CEO since the departure of […]