Purple bacteria ‘batteries’ turn sewage into clean energyNovember 27, 2018
See-through film rejects 70% of incoming solar heatNovember 13, 2018
Calor engineer recognised at Global Women in Gas AwardsNovember 13, 2018
How to make computers faster and climate friendlyOctober 30, 2018
New driverless car technology could make traffic lights and speeding tickets obsoleteOctober 30, 2018
A new path to solving a longstanding fusion challengeOctober 16, 2018
Charting the Earth’s future for the 21st centuryOctober 16, 2018
How to score an A+ grade for excellent CHP specificationOctober 2, 2018
First Czech-Irish Water & Energy Summit held in DublinOctober 2, 2018
Why an EU-wide supergrid has the wind in its sailsSeptember 18, 2018
The supergrid can be thought of as an EU-wide hub networked transmission grid which extends existing national island systems into a continental syste...
ESB: 78 graduates begin three-year development programmeSeptember 18, 2018
ESB recruits one of its highest ever number of graduates in its 2018 intake, and graduate recruitment for 2019 now open...
Residential solid fuel ‘disproportionally threatens clean air’September 18, 2018
NUI Galway researchers lead air pollution study showing that solid fuels including ‘climate friendly’ biomass residential solid fuels lea...
€8m in funding awarded to 45 innovative energy projects across IrelandSeptember 18, 2018
Projects with NUIG, SSE Airtricity, UCD, UCC and Teagasc among those to receive support...
‘Six EU gas grids have committed to 100% decarbonised gas by 2050 – Ireland must follow’September 18, 2018
A total of 135 experts in their field travelled from 12 countries to attend SEAI/International Energy Agency Bioenergy Symposium on 'Anaerobic Digest...