Agri Careers: ‘we put sustainability at the heart of everything’
Sarah McIntosh
Eight enterprises leading in climate action and sustainability have completed Bord na Móna’s 2024 Accelerate Green programme, writes Sarah McIntosh.
Farmland to escape rewetting firing line
Farmers will not have to rewet any land to meet immediate climate targets.
30 April 2024 Renewables
Bord na Móna signs wind power supply agreement with Amazon
The initiative is the first agreement signed under Bord na Móna’s plans to establish an eco energy park in the midlands.
Derogations are necessary for Irish grass-based produce - Cowen
Fianna Fáil TD and former Minister for Agriculture Barry Cowen is running for the European Parliament this year.
11 April 2024 News
Bord na Móna’s Edenderry plant to connect to gas grid
Gas Networks Ireland has completed 22km of new transmission gas pipeline, connecting Bord na Móna’s Edenderry power plant in Offaly.
2 April 2024 News
'More clarity' needed on impact of rewetting
The Sinn Féin spokesperson believes that the economic impact assessment of rewetting is overdue.
21 February 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
Over €65m in turf cutting compensation paid out
The Cessation of Turf Cutting Compensation Scheme was opened to the landowners and turbary rights holders on some designated sites.
Tributes paid to passing of renewables pioneer Eddie O’Connor
Eddie O'Connor was at the forefront of developing Ireland's first commercial onshore and offshore wind farms.
8 January 2024 News
Farmer Writes: a brief history of land reclamation
Irish land reclamation was the war cry for the past 250 years, and I think we should mark its passing with a brief history.
3 January 2024 Farmer Writes