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Ireland chosen for two new windfarms worth €123m

Greencoat Renewables will purchase the Cavan and Offaly windfarms from Statkraft once they become operational in 2022.

  • Published dated28/04/2021

€1.4m project to measure carbon-harvesting potential of Irish soil

New research at VistaMilk aims to point the way towards climate-smart farming in Ireland.

  • Published dated02/08/2022
  • 8 Minute Read4 minute read

Ireland’s Green Initiatives

Jessica Benson shares three positive trends that are helping Ireland deliver on sustainability goals – strategies organisations should consider taking on board.

How 3D-printed units can boost marine life along Dublin Port

Taking inspiration from the shores of Ringaskiddy in Co Cork, a UCD-led project aims to create a world-first in eco engineering along the shoreline of Dublin Port

  • Published dated06/12/2021

Green Economy

Set up in a sustainable location for investment that supports your environmental goals

  • Published dated25/03/2024

Grasping the Renewable Energy Opportunity for Ireland

Sustainability is one of the most pressing concerns across the globe and Ireland is a hive of activity in this space, with opportunities for renewable energy from offshore wind, and support for companies looking to decarbonise their operations.

  • Published dated10/07/2024

How IDA Ireland supports companies’ carbon reporting journey

As carbon reporting becomes a growing part of business operations, here’s how IDA Ireland can support multinationals’ sustainability plans

  • Published dated26/04/2022

EPA launches €11.7m fund for climate research in Ireland

Ireland’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is looking to fund research that could help address the climate crisis and other emerging, complex environmental issues.

  • Published dated30/11/2022
  • 8 Minute Read3 minute read

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar leads Enterprise Ireland and IDA trade mission to Denmark to boost business co

Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar T.D., today will commence a three-day Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland trade mission to Denmark.