Dingle Peninsula 2030
An initiative for a more environmentally and economically sustainable future on the Dingle Peninsula. The goal is to transition our beautiful peninsula into a low-carbon society. This is important for the health of our planet, and to plan for future environmental changes and regulations. By reducing energy demands and using local renewable resources, the initiative could save the peninsula as much as €8 million. We hope that this website will help inform you of all the projects and events happening on our peninsula, and that you will join us in making Dingle Peninsula 2030 a reality.
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From Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Published on 22 March 2021 Last updated on 22 March 2021 Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon
Source: The Sunday Times In the past year or so Rory McKeown and his wife, Bláithín Ní Ainín, have had solar panels installed on their roof, followed by a deep
Title: Dingle Peninsula 2030 Community Engagement Coordinator Contract: 30 months, full-time Salary: €42,000 – €48,000 depending on experience Annual Leave: 24 days JOB TITLE Dingle Peninsula 2030 Community Engagement Coordinator