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The power of nature revealed by AES

Northern Ireland’s largest electricity generator, AES UK & Ireland, is celebrating a summer of success for its award-winning biodiversity programme, with a new secondary school environmental leadership curriculum rolling out across schools...

The future of renewable heat

Richard Halleron looks at the prospects for renewable heat in Northern Ireland in the wake of the ill-fated RHI scheme. It’s impossible to overlook the impact of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)...

Brexit-proofing Ireland’s energy future

A report by the ESRI examining Irish energy policy in the face of Brexit has advised against an “excessive degree” of concentration on issues arising from Brexit, describing them as potentially “peripheral”...

Energy for efficiency much needed

While Brexit and the Stormont impasse have dominated the political headlines for some time, we shouldn’t forget other pressing issues on the Government’s to-do list. On the energy front, we need a...

Leading change today for energy tomorrow

The EU-SysFlex project, led by SONI (System Operator for Northern Ireland) and its sister company EirGrid in the Republic, has received funding to conduct research that will facilitate the large-scale integration of...

Bryson Energy’s ‘Whole House Solution’ model

Director of Bryson Energy, Nigel Brady, discusses the organisations priorities of tackling climate change and alleviating fuel poverty. Brady outlines that Bryson Energy is a social enterprise; a not-for-profit charitable organisation and...

People, property and energy efficiency

Laurence Arbuckle from Bryson Energy; Angie Porter and Tracey Patten, Strabane Community Project; and the Housing Executive’s Sustainable Development Manager, Robert Clements, celebrate the five millionth litre of home heating oil delivered...

Reshaping the local energy market

It’s been another exceptionally busy year for Northern Ireland-based Evermore Energy, following the submission of its planning application in April 2017 for a state-of-the-art 480MW gas fired power station in Belfast Harbour...