Farmers need to be incentivised to get involved in AD - Teagasc
Amy Forde
Farmers have an opportunity to play a leading role to provide feedstock for AD plants, the final Renewables Roadshow event heard on Tuesday.
17 April 2024 News
Ireland has lowest levels of renewable heat in Europe
There is a large volume of indigenous biomass available in Ireland, according to Seán Finan from the Irish Bioenergy Association (IRBEA).
15 April 2024 News
Renewables Roadshow heads to Kilkenny on Tuesday night
This is the second of our four free events being held around the country by the Irish Farmers Journal focusing on opportunities in renewable energy.
Renewables Roadshow kicks off in Cork Tuesday night
This is the first of four free events being held around the country by the Irish Farmers Journal.
9 April 2024 News
Renewables Roadshow: learn how to get paid for making heat
The Renewables Roadshow, set to travel around the country in April, will have a session on renewable heat, outlining the grant aid options available for farms and businesses.
20 March 2024 News
Draft Biomethane Strategy fails to impress
The draft biomethane strategy has drawn a strong response. While many remain disappointed, it signalled the first attempt at a useful policy from the Government for the industry, writes Stephen Robb.
14 February 2024 News
The folly of windrowing brash
Mechanical windrowing of branches and tree tops after clearfell makes no sense when this badly needed resource could be used for wood energy.
13 December 2023 Forestry