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26
Aug

Wood Chip Boiler Information Evening – Monaghan

Wood Chip Boiler Information Evening   Enerpower are delighted to announce that we are holding a Wood Chip Boiler Information Evening at the Four Seasons Hotel in Monaghan on Wednesday 4th September from 8pm to 10pm. The evening hosted by Owen Power, Managing Director of Enerpower will be the ideal opportunity for local businesses and […]

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24
Aug

300million euro pledged to Support Scheme for Renewable Heat

Under Project Ireland 2040 National Development plan, 300 million euro has been pledged for the rollout of the Support Scheme for Renewable Heat for the period up to 2027 which will see Ireland double its renewable energy production. The Support Scheme for Renewable Heat, launched by the Irish Government in December 2017, is currently awaiting […]

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24
Aug

Applications for Support Scheme for Renewable Heat to open by end 2018

Speaking at the Energy in Agriculture event in Gurteen College on Tuesday, Denis Naughten T.D Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment confirmed his intention that the Support Scheme for Renewable Heat applications will be opened by the end of the year. The Support Scheme for Renewable Heat, launched by the Irish Government in December […]

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08
Aug

Renewable Energy and the Irish Farmer

Irish Farmers believe that renewable energy such as wind, solar and biomass is the way to move forward both for themselves and the country as a whole. Rising fuel and energy costs are putting increasing financial pressure on Irish homes and businesses and this trend is projected to continue into the future. Renewable energy has the potential to reduce business costs and the massive annual import bill for fossil fuels.…

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05
Jul

Miscanthus V Willow

Miscanthus or elephant grass as it is sometimes known is a biomass crop that originated in South East Asia. It was initially introduced into Europe as an ornamental garden plant, but over recent years has become a biomass fuel. Miscanthus is  carbon neutral as the plants absorb and store carbon dioxide as they are growing. There are no fertilisers or pesticides used on the crop once it is established. This…

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29
Jun

Renewable Energy for Food Producers and Agri-Business

As I mentioned in last fridays entry if you are a food producer or farmer you know that energy costs make up a significant proportion of your expenses. This section of the blog advises you on ways to reduce your energy spend. Today I am going to zone in on renewable energy on dairy farming and pig farming. Renewable Energy and Dairy Farming An adequate and reliable supply of hot…

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22
Jun

Renewable Energy for Food Producers and Agri-Business

If you are a food producer or farmer you know that energy costs make up a significant proportion of your expenses. This blog will advise you how you can reduce your energy spend. We will be make a number of posts on this topic- so follow the blog and check back every Friday. You will find this especially interesting if you are involved in the following sectors such as: horticulture,…

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