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LGI congratulates REI and @RenewGasRGFI on this cross-sectoral collaboration, which brings together all of the key industries in the Irish renewable heat sector and provides much needed input to the Government’s new ambitious CO2 targets for 2030. #BioLPG #JustTransition

Renewable Energy Ireland Launches Ireland’s First Renewable Heat Plan – United call for target of 40 per cent renewable heat by 2030

Carbon Price Reaches A New High at €50/t

The future of agriculture is sustainability at every level of the supply chain. The Agribusiness Summit 2021 takes place virtually on May 6. Be sure to check out Calor’s online exhibitor space. For information & tickets:

#AgriBusinessSummit2021 #BioLPG

Generating electricity from clean hydrogen has always been elusive. But that may change in the not-so-distant future: the technological, political and environmental factors – the variables to create the hydrogen economy – are aligning.

Enabling a circular economy using bio waste

📣 EBA press release | Check EBA reaction to the publication of the #EUTaxonomy👉

#HaveYourSay about how we can encourage learners of all ages to engage with education for sustainable development

This may include formal or informal education, including partnerships with youth, adult & community sectors & local communities

Good morning, we are really looking forward to day 1 of our 2021 conference. This mornings session will focus on 'Achieving Ireland’s carbon reduction targets for 2030' with speakers from IERC @SEAI_ie @MaREIcentre @OfficialUoM @ESBNetworks #ierc21

Watch the proceedings now on #OireachtasTV #SeeForYourself

Join us at the @SEAI_ie #EnergyShow21 for two days of talks and demos by industry experts, all sharing best practice to help us grow the #EnergyEfficiency sector


Register now for this year's SEAI Energy Show taking place 28th and 29th of April. Over 40 events over 2 days incl. expert briefings, panel discussions and best-practice demos. @Dept_ECC #EnergyShow21

Biogas & #biomethane play an important role in the #energytransition as they are "at the intersection of 2 critical challenges of modern life: dealing with increasing amount of #waste & preventing #emissions across the value chain." Read article below 👇

Great to see some of our members signed up to #lowcarbonpledge @BITCIreland . They view the development of sustainable biomethane production as a key enabler of decarbonisation. @DiageoIreland @GasNetIrl @ArupGroup @JNJNews

Business in the Community Ireland@BITCIreland

Just announced by our CEO @TomasSercovich!
Meet the 61 companies that have signed up to our new #LowCarbonPledge committing to set #sciencebasedtargets by 2024 across their entire businesses and supply chains. #ClimateAction #Goal13 @sciencetargets

The #EUTaxonomy still suffers shortcomings to fully grasp the benefits of #renewable energies. We call for transparency, a real transitional approach and fair carbon criteria based on life cycle.
- Joint industry letter to the @EU_Commission

Read more:

We can make our homes warmer, more efficient, and greener. Get involved in the #ClimateConversation, and join us on our journey to net zero. #ClimateActionIRL

The new Climate Enterprise Action Fund is welcome news for Irish businesses @Dept_ECC @DeptEnterprise @GasforClimate @European_Biogas @BITCIreland

Welcome research. Multi species swards are fundamental to the environmentally sustainable model being developed for the biomethane industry in Ireland . @Dept_ECC @agriculture_ie @DeptRCD @DevenishNutri @GasNetIrl @European_Biogas

Teagasc Environment@TeagascEnviron

Animals grazing a MSS had a increase growth rate - lambs had a 26% increased growth rate &cattle a 16% increased growth rate. #TheSignpostSeries Multi-species Swards Dr Helen Sheridan & Prof Tommy Boland #TeagascJC @Teagasc Sward & animal performance under reduced N fert inputs

Our vision: “A large scale, renewable gas industry in Ireland, indigenous and sustainable, producing at least 12% of current gas demand as renewable gas by 2030.”

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The Renewable Gas Forum Ireland is at the forefront of Ireland’s advancement towards a new era of indigenous, sustainable energy, while decarbonising industry’s heat demand…

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Russell Smyth, Head of KPMG Sustainable Futures – Business case for renewable biomethane in Ireland

Benefits of Digestate from Biogas Plants as Biofertilizer

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