Mater in €11m deal to reduce carbon footprint

17th June, 2018

The Mater Hospital has signed an €11 million deal with a company backed by the government which will reduce its carbon footprint by over 5,000 tonnes.

The project will see the installation of a new energy system by the Carbon Energy Fund Ireland, a joint venture between a British firm and the state-backed Ireland Energy Efficiency Fund.

The Mater expects to reduce its imported energy from the national grid by 77 per cent using the new...

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