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Climate and environment
Tánaiste hoping for incentives to get farmers into renewables in climate plan
Peter Thomas Keaveney
Peter Thomas Keaveney spoke to the Tánaiste Leo Varadkar at Agromek 2022 in Denmark, where a number of Irish companies were on display and looking for business with Enterprise Ireland.
Going with the flow in Co Antrim
Eoin McCambridge is harnessing water to power his Co Antrim farm. Kieran Mailey reports.
30 November 2022 Northern Ireland
Complications with bird flu vaccine rollout
Vaccinating for bird flu could have implications for international trade as it is unclear how it would affect the UK’s official avian influenza disease status.
Anaerobic digestion industry calls for Government support scheme
Over half of the attendees at the Gas Networks Ireland conference are currently involved with developing an AD plant
29 November 2022 EU
IFA and Bord Gáis to help farmers install solar panels
Farmers are set to benefit from a new partnership between the IFA and Bord Gáis Energy, which will see them supported to put solar panels on their sheds.
29 November 2022 News
Young Stock Podcast: episode 23
On this week’s Young Stock Podcast, Stephen Robb talks to Stephen Nolan, plant manager with Green Generation, about his career, anaerobic digestion and the emerging opportunities in the industry.
28 November 2022 Podcast
Energy efficiency: being smart with energy on dairy farms
In the first of a three-part series on farm energy efficiency, Stephen Robb and Teagasc’s Barry Caslin run through some measures to improve the energy efficiency on dairy farms
23 November 2022 Climate and environment
International cohesion in short supply at COP-27
It would all be so much simpler if each country was a planet, fully incentivised to look after its own unique atmosphere.
16 November 2022 Viewpoints
Tillage Podcast: rain, seed rates, renewables and Black Sea troubles
On this week's Tillage Podcast, Stephen Robb and Andy Doyle discuss rainfall amounts over the past week, planting progress, future energy supplies, renewables and the troubles in the Black Sea region
3 November 2022 News
Focus on wars, inflation and interest rates
Looking at the main economic and political drivers can help reveal the direction of market sentiment for the years ahead.
2 November 2022 Markets
European Commission told Ireland to use EU funds to boost energy security
The Government were urged to avail of EU funds to expand public investment in the green transition and energy security as far back as May.
2 November 2022 News
Gas Networks Ireland wants to hear from AD developers
Gas Networks Ireland wants to hear from current and potential anaerobic digestion developers to help assess the future infrastructure requirements of the gas grid.
24 October 2022 News