GEAI welcomes anti-fracking vote on the European Parliament

GEAI welcomes anti-fracking vote on the European Parliament

Good Energies Alliance Ireland (GEAI) welcomes the anti-fracking vote on the European Parliament and calls on communities to embrace sustainable alternatives. The vote was symbolic as it will not ban fracking in the EU but it shows that a majority of MEPs reject shale...
GEAI will host new volunteers!

GEAI will host new volunteers!

Good Energies Alliance will continue to provide opportunities for young people from across Europe into 2016! Last month Léargas, the national agency said that they have approved our application to host three new volunteers from September 2015. Since 2013 GEAI has...
Ireland deserves a better Climate Bill

Ireland deserves a better Climate Bill

Ireland deserves a better Climate Action Bill to play its role in tackling climate change. The current Bill “will fail to deliver the low carbon future it aims to achieve unless critical weaknesses are addressed”, according to an independent report by environmental...
Fracking is not the way to reduce Ireland’s energy imports

Fracking is not the way to reduce Ireland’s energy imports

Ireland imports 89% of the energy it consumes during a year according to the last data release by Eurostat and 98% of this is supplied by fossil fuels. It is the 4th highest energy importer in the EU, after Malta, Luxembourg and Cyprus. Ireland’s high dependency on...