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Bruton gives €4m to curb carbon emissions

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

20th January, 2019

Minister for Climate Action Richard Bruton is giving grants of up to €650,000 for businesses who can come up with ways of reducing Ireland’s carbon emissions.

The state is currently 95 per cent off course on its 2020 targets to reduce emissions and is facing the prospect of EU fines.

Bruton will tomorrow launch a €4 million fund for businesses, universities and public sector organisations which are developing climate action projects. He said it was...

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