Ireland can be an energy powerhouse with green hydrogen potential from renewables

The Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan TD, has today welcomed the publication of the National Hydrogen Strategy. The strategy represents a landmark point in the development of a renewable hydrogen sector in Ireland. Ireland has the natural resources to become a world leader in the production of green energy. Our wind […]

Farmers Can Lead Renewables Revolution In Govt Climate Plan

Ahead of the publication of the Government’s climate plan, IFA President Joe Healy said the success of the plan will be determined by the willingness of the Government to put in place the necessary policy measures to ensure the delivery of the Teagasc climate roadmap and to make farm-scale and community based renewables a reality.   “The […]

Govt Policy On Renewables Has To Favour Farm Scale & Community Projects

Following his address to the IFA AGM earlier this week, IFA Renewables Project Team Chairman Tom Short said Energy Minister Richard Bruton has to put farm scale & community projects at the heart of his renewables policy, rather than big business. Richard Bruton said the upcoming renewable electricity scheme would not specify the technology types, […]