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# energy-security - Last week 20th November 2022 - 26th November 2022

Celtic Interconnector with France will promote clean energy and lower prices, says Taoiseach
# Electricity
# Electricity

Celtic Interconnector with France will promote clean energy and lower prices, says Taoiseach

Updated Fri 10:59 AM 24,472 Views 50 Comments

The underwater cable connecting east Cork to Brittany will have the capacity to power 450,000 households.

# energy-security - Last month October 2022

Analysis: Energy insecurity and our fracking future
# Morning Memo
# Morning Memo

Analysis: Energy insecurity and our fracking future

Oct 26th 2022, 12:09 PM 7,160 Views 10 Comments

The Irish Academy of Engineering has said the government’s report on Ireland’s energy security is “seriously flawed”.

Bríd Smith: Expansion of data centres is not going to help our serious energy woes
# IRELAND'S ENERGY
# IRELAND'S ENERGY

Bríd Smith: Expansion of data centres is not going to help our serious energy woes

Updated Oct 6th 2022, 11:50 PM 13,513 Views 31 Comments

The People Before Profit TD says our fondness for data centres is driven by misplaced servility to the whims of corporates.

# energy-security - This year 2022

United Arab Emirates agrees to supply Germany with gas and diesel
# Energy Security
# Energy Security

United Arab Emirates agrees to supply Germany with gas and diesel

Sep 25th 2022, 3:13 PM 31,941 Views 22 Comments

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is on a visit to the UAE as part of a Gulf tour that also includes stops in Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

CRU says profit controls on energy can't be implemented on a domestic level
# Rising Bills
# Rising Bills

CRU says profit controls on energy can't be implemented on a domestic level

Sep 20th 2022, 3:58 PM 12,505 Views 11 Comments

The chairperson of the CRU said the regulator was ‘deeply concerned’ by the increase in energy costs.

Explainer: Why a report says Ireland should build an LNG facility - and why that's controversial
# Energy
# Energy

Explainer: Why a report says Ireland should build an LNG facility - and why that's controversial

Sep 19th 2022, 6:11 PM 13,399 Views 31 Comments

The new report outlines options for measures that could improve Ireland’s energy security.

Development of LNG facilities among options included in report on Ireland's energy security
# Energy Security
# Energy Security

Development of LNG facilities among options included in report on Ireland's energy security

Updated Sep 19th 2022, 5:00 PM 24,076 Views 56 Comments

The options were included in a technical report on how to secure Ireland’s energy supply between now and 2030.

Risk of electricity blackouts in Ireland ‘slightly worse’ than last winter, committee hears
# Energy Crisis
# Energy Crisis

Risk of electricity blackouts in Ireland ‘slightly worse’ than last winter, committee hears

Updated Aug 30th 2022, 3:45 PM 41,462 Views 66 Comments

Eamon Ryan is appearing before the Committee this afternoon alongside Eirgrid and the Commission for Regulation of Utilities.

# energy-security - All time

Iranian president warns foreign forces to stay out of the Gulf
# Energy Security
# Energy Security

Iranian president warns foreign forces to stay out of the Gulf

Sep 22nd 2019, 12:15 PM 13,610 Views 67 Comments

It comes as the United States sends more troops to the region in a defensive capacity.

Wind blows electricity prices up in March
# Blowing In The Wind
# Blowing In The Wind

Wind blows electricity prices up in March

Apr 7th 2014, 10:14 AM 11,833 Views 51 Comments

Wind switches roles after driving down prices in February.

Column: Want to boost the economy and create jobs? Drill for gas
# Opinion
# Opinion

Column: Want to boost the economy and create jobs? Drill for gas

Aug 1st 2011, 6:15 PM 107 Views 141 Comments

The Lough Allen basin contains around €10 billion worth of gas – and extracting it could be exactly what Ireland needs, writes energy prospector Richard Moorman.