Category Archives: Energy

Out in the cold

Northern Ireland spends more on heating the home than any other region in the UK. Ryan Jennings finds out why and what is being done to help the fuel-poor. Defined as spending...

Making waves with electricity

Northern Ireland pioneered marine power and now stands to gain a leading place as it grows, Professor Trevor Whittaker tells Peter Cheney. Having led the way in marine power, Northern Ireland could...

The balancing act

Enterprise Committee Chair Alban Maginness considers the various balances to be struck if Northern Ireland is to maximise the potential of its indigenous energy resources and the contribution they can make to...

A new era

Siemens’ energy chief Gary O’Callaghan explains the energy company’s vision for Irish electricity to Owen McQuade, pointing out how the island can practically fit into the new electricity age which has already...

The mutual energy company

Northern Ireland Energy Holdings’ Paddy Larkin talks through mutualisation with Owen McQuade and how his company’s links across the North Channel make the island’s energy supply more secure. Our gas and electricity...

Osborne on energy

At the recent Northern Ireland Energy Forum, the Chief Executive of the Utility Regulator, Iain Osborne was interviewed by journalist Jamie Delargy in front of an audience of senior managers and policy...