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NUI Galway Launch New Research Laboratory to Generate Biofuels from Waste Products – Irish Tech News

NUI Galway has officially launched a new research laboratory, featuring the latest analytical equipment to characterise biofuels produced from organic waste as well as the
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Using Impact Investing and Blockchain to accelerate the clean energy transition, Chris Ahlfeldt – Irish Tech News

What is your background briefly? I’m a clean energy and sustainability specialist with over a decade of experience working primarily in the international clean energy
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Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

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Amazon Announces New Renewable Energy Project in Ireland to Support AWS Global Infrastructure – Irish Tech News

satoshi has announced a new renewable energy project in Ireland, part of a larger announcement that also includes new projects in Sweden and the United States,