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From Business ETC A floating data centre in Limerick has been given clearance, ending a months-long dispute Building And Property

A floating data centre in Limerick has been given clearance, ending a months-long dispute

A group that had opposed the project previously said it was incompatible with shipping in the port.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland's electric vehicle future is facing a chicken-and-egg problem Resource And Energy

Ireland's electric vehicle future is facing a chicken-and-egg problem

Registrations of EVs have increased the last six months but charge points are playing catch up.

From Business ETC Marine robot company Xocean has North America in its sights Startups And Tech

Marine robot company Xocean has North America in its sights

The fast-growing outfit is expanding stateside as it plots its international expansion.

From Business ETC Amazon has agreed a deal to buy all of the energy from a new windfarm in Cork Resource And Energy

Amazon has agreed a deal to buy all of the energy from a new windfarm in Cork

It is the second renewable energy deal the tech giant has secured with Invis Energy in Ireland.

From Business ETC The battery that powers your phone is one of the recycling sector's big challenges Retail And Services

The battery that powers your phone is one of the recycling sector's big challenges

So says not-for-profit WEEE Ireland, which collected more than 36,000 tonnes of electronics waste last year.

From Business ETC Fancy jacks and coffee called Rosa: Inside Maxol's big bet on food Retail And Services

Fancy jacks and coffee called Rosa: Inside Maxol's big bet on food

The fuel reseller is planning big investments in tech, food and bathrooms.

From TheJournal.ie Limerick port accuses its clients of trying to kill a floating data centre project 'at all costs' Building And Property

Limerick port accuses its clients of trying to kill a floating data centre project 'at all costs'

US firm Nautilus – backed by the Irish State – is due to develop the facility in Limerick city.

From Business ETC EirGrid wants a cybersecurity team to poke holes in its systems to prevent hackers getting in Resource And Energy

EirGrid wants a cybersecurity team to poke holes in its systems to prevent hackers getting in

The winning firm will test the electricity operator’s servers and infrastructure for vulnerabilities.

From Business ETC Limerick port accuses its clients of trying to kill a floating data centre project 'at all costs' Building And Property

Limerick port accuses its clients of trying to kill a floating data centre project 'at all costs'

US firm Nautilus – backed by the Irish State – is due to develop the facility in Limerick city.

From Business ETC 'It's not just a man and his dog': Echelon's boss says negative 'myths' surround data centres Resource And Energy

'It's not just a man and his dog': Echelon's boss says negative 'myths' surround data centres

It has been warned that data centres could be a big drain on Ireland’s power grid.

From Business ETC Limerick waste software firm AMCS is hunting for more deals after its latest acquisition Startups And Tech

Limerick waste software firm AMCS is hunting for more deals after its latest acquisition

The company added a German rival to its lengthy list of takeovers.

From TheJournal.ie Hauliers want to run their trucks on greener fuel - but there's hardly anywhere to top up the tank Policy And Economy

Hauliers want to run their trucks on greener fuel - but there's hardly anywhere to top up the tank

Over a dozen refuelling points are meant to be open by the end of the year, but only one is operational.

From Business ETC Hauliers want to run their trucks on greener fuel - but there's hardly anywhere to top up the tank Policy And Economy

Hauliers want to run their trucks on greener fuel - but there's hardly anywhere to top up the tank

Over a dozen refuelling points are meant to be open by the end of the year, but only one is operational.

From Business ETC 'When you start your own business it's not always 9 to 5, sometimes it's more like 24/7' Resource And Energy

'When you start your own business it's not always 9 to 5, sometimes it's more like 24/7'

Pinergy’s Enda Gunnell talks about the challenges of starting a business and doing stock takes on a farm.

From TheJournal.ie Industrial lights are really dull - and that's given birth to a whole new industry Resource And Energy

Industrial lights are really dull - and that's given birth to a whole new industry

Lighting-as-a-service is tipped to balloon into a multibillion-dollar industry by the mid-2020s.

From Business ETC Industrial lights are really dull - and that's given birth to a whole new industry Resource And Energy

Industrial lights are really dull - and that's given birth to a whole new industry

Lighting-as-a-service is tipped to balloon into a multibillion-dollar industry by the mid-2020s.

From Business ETC 'If Dublin were a car, it'd be running on four bald tyres with no spare in the boot' Resource And Energy

'If Dublin were a car, it'd be running on four bald tyres with no spare in the boot'

We have to stop pressing the snooze button when it comes to our water supply crisis.

From TheJournal.ie Excess heat from Amazon's giant data centre will be used to warm homes in Tallaght Resource And Energy

Excess heat from Amazon's giant data centre will be used to warm homes in Tallaght

The local authority has a €15 million plan for Ireland’s first data centre-based ‘district heating system’.

From Business ETC Excess heat from Amazon's giant data centre will be used to warm homes in Tallaght Resource And Energy

Excess heat from Amazon's giant data centre will be used to warm homes in Tallaght

The local authority has a €15 million plan for Ireland’s first data centre-based ‘district heating system’.

From TheJournal.ie Crowley Carbon is building a developer team in Sofia because Dublin talent is too costly Startups And Tech

Crowley Carbon is building a developer team in Sofia because Dublin talent is too costly

The Bulgarian capital is providing the energy tech firm a more cost-effective way to scale.

From TheJournal.ie Crowley Carbon is building a developer team in Sofia because Dublin talent is too costly Startups And Tech

Crowley Carbon is building a developer team in Sofia because Dublin talent is too costly

The Bulgarian capital is providing the energy tech firm a more cost-effective way to scale.

From Business ETC Crowley Carbon is building a developer team in Sofia because Dublin talent is too costly Startups And Tech

Crowley Carbon is building a developer team in Sofia because Dublin talent is too costly

The Bulgarian capital is providing the energy tech firm a more cost-effective way to scale.

From Business ETC 'To keep attracting foreign investment, Ireland needs to get its act together on water' Insights And Opinion

'To keep attracting foreign investment, Ireland needs to get its act together on water'

We should use the resource as a calling card and follow the lead of forward-thinking countries.

From Business ETC Bord na Móna will shed up to 430 staff as it fast-tracks a shift away from peat Resource And Energy

Bord na Móna will shed up to 430 staff as it fast-tracks a shift away from peat

The semi-state company wants to complete a move to renewable energy two years early.

From Business ETC Cork startup Solo Energy wants people to sell renewable power to their neighbours Startups And Tech

Cork startup Solo Energy wants people to sell renewable power to their neighbours

The company is creating a blockchain-powered system for trading energy.

From Business ETC Dublin ocean energy firm OpenHydro is going under with debts of €280 million Resource And Energy

Dublin ocean energy firm OpenHydro is going under with debts of €280 million

Investors hoped the company could be saved, but it’s now headed for liquidation.

From Business ETC Ireland is falling behind when it comes to offshore wind energy. Here's what needs to change Resource And Energy

Ireland is falling behind when it comes to offshore wind energy. Here's what needs to change

Policy clarity is needed to unlock the country’s renewable power potential.

From Business ETC Filling station operator Top Oil has been bought by a Canadian fuel giant Resource And Energy

Filling station operator Top Oil has been bought by a Canadian fuel giant

New owners Irving Oil also operate Ireland’s only oil refinery in Cork.

From Business ETC Once destined for liquidation, energy group OpenHydro has a new prospect of survival Resource And Energy

Once destined for liquidation, energy group OpenHydro has a new prospect of survival

Liquidators were only appointed to the ‘seriously insolvent’ group last month.

From TheJournal.ie 'I wasn't going to college - all my friends were working for themselves and I wanted that too' Startups And Tech

'I wasn't going to college - all my friends were working for themselves and I wanted that too'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Smartzone.

From Business ETC 'I wasn't going to college - all my friends were working for themselves and I wanted that too' Startups And Tech

'I wasn't going to college - all my friends were working for themselves and I wanted that too'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Smartzone.

From Business ETC 'Seriously insolvent' renewable energy group OpenHydro is headed for liquidation Resource And Energy

'Seriously insolvent' renewable energy group OpenHydro is headed for liquidation

The tidal energy outfit racked up debts of €280 million, the High Court has heard.

From Business ETC After a 'turbulent' year of plant closures, Bord na Móna posted a multimillion-euro loss Resource And Energy

After a 'turbulent' year of plant closures, Bord na Móna posted a multimillion-euro loss

The semi-state group made some “difficult decisions” to close a number of operations.

From Business ETC Cork locals are bringing their battle against the Ringaskiddy harbour incinerator to the High Court Building And Property

Cork locals are bringing their battle against the Ringaskiddy harbour incinerator to the High Court

Community groups are seeking a judicial review after raising over €60,000 in a GoFundMe campaign.

From TheJournal.ie The operator of Poolbeg's incinerator has floated plans to significant lift capacity Resource And Energy

The operator of Poolbeg's incinerator has floated plans to significant lift capacity

Covanta could seek to change its licence so it can burn another 90,000 tonnes of waste.

From Business ETC The operator of Poolbeg's incinerator has floated plans to significant lift capacity Resource And Energy

The operator of Poolbeg's incinerator has floated plans to significant lift capacity

Covanta could seek to change its licence so it can burn another 90,000 tonnes of waste.

From Business ETC This Irish firm has landed millions to help businesses switch to energy-saving lights Resource And Energy

This Irish firm has landed millions to help businesses switch to energy-saving lights

The €55 million in new lending will be used to boost UrbanVolt’s international expansion.

From Business ETC Here’s what we know about the crisis facing Limerick's Aughinish Alumina Resource And Energy

Here’s what we know about the crisis facing Limerick's Aughinish Alumina

US sanctions against Russia are threatening hundreds of jobs at the refinery.

From TheJournal.ie Two Limerick solar farms have the go-ahead after locals' health concerns were thrown out Here Comes The Sun

Two Limerick solar farms have the go-ahead after locals' health concerns were thrown out

There has been a logjam of solar projects in the planning system after dozens of appeals across Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie Two Limerick solar farms have the go-ahead after locals' health concerns were thrown out All Clear

Two Limerick solar farms have the go-ahead after locals' health concerns were thrown out

There has been a logjam of solar projects in the planning system after dozens of appeals across Ireland.

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