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Energia at front of push for renewable energies

Decarbonisation, digitalisation and decentralisation are key as energy company ramps up efforts to meet Ireland’s green targets, writes Lorraine Courtney

26th May, 2019
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The Energia Bioenergy Plant at Huntstown, which is due to open by the end of the year

With Ireland picking up its effort to achieve targets by 2020, the green energy market is in line for a growth spurt. The future of energy is about a decarbonised energy system and, in order to get there, we need a decentralised and then a digitalised energy system.

“The general energy market is going through a significant change here,” says Gary Ryan, managing director of Energia Retail. “In a world tackling climate change, getting your energy...

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