Over 50 per cent of goods go to South Africa, Nigeria and Egypt
A report to be published by Eirgrid this week states that there is a surplus of electricity generation capacity at the moment, but that this is set to change dramatically over the next seven years
It is now believed that farmers at up to 11 meat factories have removed their blockades or have indicated their intention to do so
‘Super boats’ are extremely large container ships used for maritime trade around the world. The OOCL Hong Kong was the largest container ship ever built when it was completed in 2017
SSE hs three offshore wind projects in development for Ireland, each with a potential energy generating capacity of about 800MW
The number of Irish firms registering for EORI numbers jumped by 600 per cent in August
Boris Johnson has asked British civil servants to examine the feasibility of a bridge between Scotland and the North - a distance of at least 19 kilometres, over very deep water. Is this achievable, or is it pure lunacy?
The number of investment funds authorised by the Central Bank has grown substantially since the B...
In its pre-budget submission, Cyclist.ie has also called for the establishment of a National Cycling Office within the Department of Transport and dedicated cycling officers at a senior level in all local authorities
The new president of Chartered Accountants Ireland, Conall O’Halloran, is aware of the reputational damage that lingers from recent scandals and is keen to stress that an audit firm’s duty is to the public, not to its clients
Wesley Edens chief executive of New Fortress Energy, made the comments about the Shannon LNG project it bought last year as he announced plans to build data centres and a gas power plant on site
North at particular risk from disruption, says ESRI expert, as leaked British documents reveal threat to Single Electricity Market in no-deal Brexit