Environmental Campaigners to Minister Ryan, “That Ain’t No Way to Treat a Landscape.”
On developers of on-shore wind power got a renewed boost last week, when Minister for the Environment Eamonn Ryan announced the Irish government’s latest price supports for the energy sector. Ryan’s department hopes the funding will attract developers and increase Ireland’s capacity to generate on-shore wind.
Minister Declares 2023 The Year For “Rapid Roll-Out Of Solar Power”
To mark Earth Day, the Irish Times asked 55 of the nation’s most influential “changemakers and influencers” to comment on the things that gave them the greatest hope for the planet’s future. Somewhat to our surprise, it sounds like Environment Minister Eamonn Ryan really does want to balance Ireland’s previous “wind only” renewable energy policy by throwing his ministry’s weight behind solar.
VAT will no longer be charged for solar panel installations in Ireland
If, like so many of us, you’re struggling with high energy bills and feeling miserable about the snail’s pace of progress in addressing the climate change emergency, take heart.
Paying for Solar
Oil producers react with anger to “solar energy providers’ plot” to
deprive them of profits: Vote to decrease production.
If you are one of those who, as our tongue-in-cheek headline suggests, has decided it’s time to switch to solar and deprive them of some of their “power”, here are a few of the facts you need to know.