Category Archives: Energy

Energy research excellence at Ulster

World class energy research is taking place at the University’s Centre for Sustainable Technologies. The Centre for Sustainable Technologies (CST) at the University of Ulster has a long track record of providing...

Co-operation and delivery

Marie Donnelly believes that the UK and Ireland are leading the way in renewable energy co-operation. The European Commission’s Director for New and Renewable Sources of Energy took stock of Europe’s overall...

Integrating electricity markets

Electricity markets expert David Newbery talks to Owen McQuade about the integration of European markets and the impact on the Single Electricity Market (SEM). David Newbery is Emeritus Professor of Economics at...

Renewables: from research to enterprise

A recent Department for Employment and Learning (DEL) report indicated that Northern Ireland is outperforming the rest of the UK in exploiting links between universities and industry. Yet there is still very...

Fracking and health

New Brunswick’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr Eilish Cleary, has analysed the potential health consequences of hydraulic fracturing.  During a visit to Ireland in January, she met residents in Fermanagh to discuss her...

Who’s who in energy

agendaNi takes a look at the key movers and shakers in Northern Ireland’s energy sector, at a time when energy is top of the political agenda, at both an international and local...