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Australian Carbon Trading Scheme

Australian Carbon Trading Scheme

(16 Nov 2011)

The Australian Government has introduced a carbon levy which could become the world’s second largest emissions trading scheme.

Review of National Climate Policy

Review of National Climate Policy

(16 Nov 2011)

The Department of the Environment has published a review of national climate policy.

CER Plans National Roll-out of Energy Smart Meters in Ireland

CER Plans National Roll-out of Energy Smart Meters in Ireland

(16 Nov 2011)

The Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) has published a consultation paper proposing to roll-out electricity and gas Smart Meters to all homes and many businesses across Ireland in the coming years.

Grants for Energy Efficiency Projects in Businesses

Grants for Energy Efficiency Projects in Businesses

(22 Jul 2011)

SEAI’s Better Energy Workplaces programme provides grants for energy efficiency projects in the public and private sectors.

Shift from Private Cars key to Energy Efficiency

Shift from Private Cars key to Energy Efficiency

(22 Jul 2011)

Private cars use more energy than any other sector or end use in Ireland. Achieving a shift from car usage is essential if our energy efficiency targets are to be met.

Co Clare Targets Renewable Energy Investment

Co Clare Targets Renewable Energy Investment

(22 Jul 2011)

The recently published development plan for Co Clare seeks to leverage existing energy infrastructure through designating areas suitable for renewable energy development

New Energy Efficiency Directive

New Energy Efficiency Directive

(22 Jul 2011)

The European Commission has recently published a proposed Directive aimed at delivering energy efficiency savings

Rising Energy Prices

Rising Energy Prices

(22 Jul 2011)

Rising international oil and gas prices are set to lead to increased energy costs for Irish consumers

CHP Field Trial Report Published

CHP Field Trial Report Published

(06 Apr 2011)

Energy Solutions managed a trial of commercial scale combined heat and power technologies for the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland.

Energy Costs are the Biggest Challenge to Business Competitiveness

Energy Costs are the Biggest Challenge to Business Competitiveness

(06 Apr 2011)

In recent survey of businesses carried out by Intertrade Ireland, energy costs were identified as the second most significant challenge to competitiveness of business


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