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Research team in Galway wins SEAI Energy Award and €10,000 bursary

A research team based in NUI Galway was among the winners at the 2020 SEAI Energy Awards. The VorTech research team took home the Excellence...

SEAI welcomes “historic investment” in sustainable energy in Budget 2021

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland has welcomed the Government’s "historic investment" in sustainable energy action in Budget 2021.The SEAI have described it...

SEAI calls on climate action champions to enter annual Energy Awards

Climate action champions are being called on to showcase their achievements as the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) launched its annual Energy Awards. Now...

Cairde ó An Clochán chun tabhairt fé rothaíocht 310km le seaicéad tarrthála á caitheamh acu

Tá cairde ó An Clochán chun tabhairt fé rothaíocht 310km le seaicéad tarrthála á caitheamh acu. Tá ócaíd tiomsaithe airgid le bheith ar siúl ar...

Comórtas Pitseáilte Físín Féile Idirnáisiúnta Scannán an Daingean buaite ag ‘Ciúnas’

Tá an Comórtas Pitseáilte Físín a bhí ar siúl i Féile Idirnáisiúnta Scannán an Daingin buaite ag 'Ciúnas' le Tristan Heanue.Is comórtas bliantúil é...

Galway city residents urged to stop burning smoky coal, turf and wet wood

Galway City Council is urging people in the city to consider alternatives to smoky coal, turf and wet wood. Under current regulations, the sale, marketing,...

Online series of free sean-nós singing workshops begin next week

A series of weekly online sean-nós singing workshops will be given by Sean-Nós Singer-in-Residence at NUI Galway, Saileog Ní Cheannabháin, beginning on Wednesday, 17...

Remote working could sustain drop in greenhouse gas emissions – Naughten

Improved infrastructure to allow people to work from home as much as possible is needed to sustain the drop in greenhouse gas emissions seen...

CO2 emissions from energy use down by 4.5% in 2019

CO2 emissions from fossil fuels used for energy fell by 4.5% in 2019, according to the latest figures from the Sustainable Energy Authority of...

Galway homeowners urged to avail of grants for energy upgrades

Homeowners in Galway have been urged to avail of Government funded grants for home energy upgrades as we head into the winter. SEAI has individual...

Galway enterprises shortlisted for sustainable energy awards

Glasport Bio, NUI Galway, and Boston Scientific are among the shortlisted finalists in the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland Energy Awards 2020. The annual awards recognise...

Galway Cycling Campaign welcomes EU funding announcement

Galway Cycling Campaign has welcomed an announcement that cycling will be funded as part of the new mobility funds that will be released by...

CO2 emissions from energy use down 4% last year

Data released today by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) shows that CO2 emissions from all energy use fell 3.9% in 2019. The reduction...

Wind energy becomes Ireland’s No.1 energy source for first quarter of 2020

Wind energy became Ireland’s number one source of electricity in a full quarter for the first time during the first three months of 2020. Figures...

Student teachers continue studies thanks to online technology

Students in Galway and elsewhere planning to pursue third-level studies in teaching should not be worried that the current COVID-19 restrictions will affect their...

Ireland set to miss renewable energy targets

Ireland is set to miss its renewable energy targets, according to data in a new report published by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland. The...

More time granted to complete Connemara wind farm

Galway County Council has granted more time to complete the construction of a wind farm in Connemara. SSE Renewables sought an Extension of Duration to...

Local lad Timmy Molloy joins Galway United

Local footballer Timmy Molloy has signed with Galway United to represent his home county after playing for Salthill and UCD. Before coming to Galway United...

Galway United signs striker Mikey Place

Dunmore native Mikey Place has become the latest new sign for Galway United for the coming season. The 21 year old striker is coming to...

Galway United signs midfielder Shane Duggan

Galway United have announced their latest new addition for the upcoming year, nabbing midfielder Shane Duggan from Waterford FC. The 30 year old Limerick man...
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