These were among the issues Fingal county councillors discussed at a recent meeting.
They could apply for operating licences, and grant funding, and help phase out fossil fuel boilers in homes in favour of a central, renewable-powered source of hot water.
Waste heat from a data centre is already helping warm buildings in Tallaght. There’s a similar plan for Blanchardstown.
Solar panels are way more popular, the figures also show. Why’s that?
One-parent families, people with disabilities, and renters have been particularly hard hit, according to a report from the Society of St Vincent de Paul.
One of them, between Inchicore and Ballyfermot, is in the final stages of testing now. And there are more to come, in Poolbeg and South Wall.
This documentary observes what it says is a small but growing global pro-nuclear movement that advocates argue could help mitigate the climate crisis.
“I am conscious of the fact that delivery under previous Capital Programmes over recent years has been disappointing,” said the council Chief Executive Owen Keegan, in the report.
Hanin Faqin says she’s showering in the gym, and too scared to turn on her heating in the Custom House Square complex.
Faced with the alternative of a tumble dryer, Luis Bruno decided to rebel and put a clothes horse out. “Global warming is a reality we can’t escape,” he says.