Grid connection is energy developers’ worst headache. At least its cost is now cleared for tax relief
When one of Ireland’s largest electricity companies claimed capital allowances on the fees charged to plug into the national network, Revenue came back with additional tax bills. The dispute went to a two-day hearing before the Tax Appeals Commission.
From wind farms to recycling: Who is buying into (and financing) Ireland’s green wave?
In the coming days, the government will unveil the rules of the first renewable electricity support scheme in five years. Overseas capital is lining up to fund Irish environmental projects with billions of euro in energy, waste and forestry.