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Ireland Weekly Bulletin Issue 170

Ireland Weekly Bulletin Issue 170

Cat Sturman
Cat Sturman


  • Government approves a revised Marine Bill to support Ireland’s energy transition
  • ESB power plant is refused permission to burn peat past 2020
  • Emissions in industry are “projected to increase to 2020 and 2030” CCAC warns
  • Bord na Móna’s “challenging year” leads to a €49.9mn financial loss
  • Minister Murphy announces €25mn investment in Local Authority Homes.    


  • UR issues Notice of Reasons for Provisional Order on Click Energy
  • CRU requests amendment to EU imbalance netting framework proposal
  • UR to hold stakeholder event on NISEP

Industry & markets

  • Pay-as-you go system to be introduced to electric vehicle consumers
  • $561mn data centre to be built in Ireland “to meet growing demands”
  • United Oil and Gas is set to acquire Rockhopper Egypt for €14.3mn
  • Nissan Ireland confirms plans to provide a battery system for homes and businesses
  • Tullow Oil sees a decline in revenue for first half of 2019
  • Ireland’s largest solar farm project could go to judicial review

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