Pinergy’s Enda Gunnell talks about the challenges of starting a business and doing stock takes on a farm.
Lighting-as-a-service is tipped to balloon into a multibillion-dollar industry by the mid-2020s.
We have to stop pressing the snooze button when it comes to our water supply crisis.
The local authority has a €15 million plan for Ireland’s first data centre-based ‘district heating system’.
The Bulgarian capital is providing the energy tech firm a more cost-effective way to scale.
We should use the resource as a calling card and follow the lead of forward-thinking countries.
The semi-state company wants to complete a move to renewable energy two years early.
The company is creating a blockchain-powered system for trading energy.
Investors hoped the company could be saved, but it’s now headed for liquidation.
Policy clarity is needed to unlock the country’s renewable power potential.
New owners Irving Oil also operate Ireland’s only oil refinery in Cork.
Liquidators were only appointed to the ‘seriously insolvent’ group last month.
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Smartzone.
The tidal energy outfit racked up debts of €280 million, the High Court has heard.
The semi-state group made some “difficult decisions” to close a number of operations.
Community groups are seeking a judicial review after raising over €60,000 in a GoFundMe campaign.
Covanta could seek to change its licence so it can burn another 90,000 tonnes of waste.
The €55 million in new lending will be used to boost UrbanVolt’s international expansion.
US sanctions against Russia are threatening hundreds of jobs at the refinery.
There has been a logjam of solar projects in the planning system after dozens of appeals across Ireland.