The Irish firm claims its flagship product is four times more efficient than conventional sewage systems.
Greencoat Renewables intends to buy more wind farms in the Republic with the funding.
A new report also says the sale of non-electric vehicles should be banned by 2030.
Fortescue Metals founder Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest is making the biggest donation by an Australian citizen.
Eddie O’Connor’s Dublin-based Mainstream is leading development of the Scottish project.
The semi-state hopes to focus on opportunities in sectors like wind energy.
The local cement plant is owned by a subsidiary of CRH, one of Ireland’s biggest companies.
The semi-state has put aside more than €1 million for plant closures as it shifts to renewable energy.
The trend is putting the state on a collision course with the EU over renewable-energy targets.
Bord na Móna and ESB are planning solar farms in Roscommon, Offaly and Kildare.
Dublin’s main business group has welcomed the development, saying it will bring down costs.
The country doesn’t have a big solar industry yet, but that may soon change.
It will be one of the first such projects by a local company in Irish waters since the recession.
But don’t expect anything to happen quickly in the Caribbean nation.
Tommy Breen has been the head of FTSE 100-listed DCC for nearly a decade.
BEenergy is challenging more established rivals like Bord Gáis Energy on price.
An Bord Pleanála has said ‘national guidance’ on solar farms was needed.
The Wexford development was to be spread on a site of more than 200 acres.
The company is one of the biggest electricity providers to Irish households.
The country has to meet 16% of its energy needs from renewable sources by 2020.