Bord na Móna could use power station waste heat to grow cannabis
A change in the law and a new state agency would be needed if cannabis was to be legally cultivated in Ireland, according to the semi-state
Waste heat from power stations could be used to warm greenhouses for cannabis cultivation by Bord na Móna. However, a change in the law and a new state agency would be needed if cannabis was to be legally cultivated in Ireland, according to the semi-state.
The proposals were detailed earlier this year in a departmental briefing note to Minister of State with responsibility for Natural Resources Sean Canney. The note was obtained by...
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