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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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Limerick finalist for European Green Leaf Award 2020 – Irish Tech News

Six cities enter final stage of the next European Green Capital and European Green Leaf competitions Lahti (Finland), Lille (France) and Strasbourg (France) are the finalists for the title
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Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Clockwise from top left: Illustration: Angelica Alzona (Gizmodo); Photo: Bryan Menegus (Gizmodo); Image: NASA (Wikimedia Commons); Photo: Zach Gibson (Getty) It’s April 2019—and perhaps the
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Ireland’s Energia Group announces €50 million bioenergy agreement with leading waste management group Beauparc Group (Panda) – Irish Tech News

Energia Group  has announced a commercial agreement to process 70,000 tonnes of Panda organic waste annually, at Energia’s €50m new bioenergy plant currently being completed