Monthly Archives: October 2012

Oil find off Irish Coast

This week saw the announcement of a new oil find off the south coast of Ireland, not far from my home town of Cork. There has been speculation of oil in various pockets off the coast of Ireland for many … Continue reading

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Two new roles for heat

It’s typical isn’t it, nothing for ages and then two new technologies come along together! In the last few months two new(ish) technologies have been floated which could benefit any future low-carbon economy.  The first of these technologies is the concept … Continue reading

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