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15 February 2021
SolarMarine Energy Ltd, an Irish Small-Medium Enterprise (SME) based in Co Mayo, has designed an innovative floating hybrid renewable energy system, which could offer sustainable low carbon solution...
9 February 2021
Visit the All-Atlantic2021 website to learn more about the conference and to keep up to date on the latest event information. The “All-Atlantic R&I for a Sustainable Ocean: Ministerial High-level...
2 February 2021
The Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan TD, has obtained Cabinet approval to introduce legislation to ban licences for new oil and natural gas exploration. The...
2 February 2021
Ireland's new marine research vessel will be named the RV Tom Crean. Due to be completed in summer 2022, the new state-of-the-art multi-purpose marine research vessel will carry out a wide range of...
29 January 2021
A report by the Marine Protected Area Advisory Group for the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Expanding Ireland’s Marine Protected Area Network was published online on Tuesday,...
26 January 2021
Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), Ireland’s Seafood Development Agency, has extended the deadline of its National Seafood Survey by two weeks in an effort to increase response rates. The survey is designed...
22 January 2021
The Marine Institute's 2020 Stock Book is now available online and via an interactive online application. Every year the Marine Institute produces an overview of scientific assessments and advice on...
19 January 2021
Minister for European Affairs, Thomas Byrne TD has welcomed the announcement by Samskip of a new weekly direct shipping route between Dublin and Amsterdam starting from Monday 25th January. “This new...
18 January 2021
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Charlie McConalogue T.D., today announced that he has decided to designate five additional Irish ports for UK registered Northern Ireland vessel...
8 January 2021
Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), Ireland’s seafood development agency is urging every seafood business who trades with or through Great Britain, no matter how small his or her operations, to continue to...

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