We are very proud to announce that BNRG new brand identity has been selected as one of 2020 top Irish design projects!! Our work is all about great partnerships and we work as hard on those relationships as we do at delivering solar energy. Our thanks to all at Image Now who helped us not…Read more
We are delighted to announce that BNRG Renewables have been shortlisted as a Sustainability Finalist in the 2021 SFA National Small Business Awards.
The aim of the awards is to celebrate the achievements of small business in Ireland.
We look forward to the Awards ceremony in April 2021!Read more
CO KILDARE will be the location for Ireland’s first commercial solar farm with the granting of planning permission for sites in Naas and Hortland.Read more
Irish solar energy specialist BNRG has struck new electricity-supply deals in the US state of Maine, boosting its total investment there to €250 million.Read more
US investment giant Carlyle is buying eight solar-powered electricity projects from Irish business BNRG in a €110 million deal.
Dublin-based BNRG develops and operates solar farms in the Republic, Europe, the US and Australia. The company confirmed on Tuesday that it is selling eight solar projects that it is building in the US state of Maine to Acadia Renewable Energy, an affiliate of $221 billion (€187 billion) investment business, Carlyle.Read more
High grid connection costs resulted in a solar strike price in Ireland’s first Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) auction “significantly higher than anywhere else in Europe” according to the Irish Solar Energy Association(ISEA).Read more
Dozens of solar farms will begin springing up across the country next year after the first contracts for the supply of energy from the sun to the national grid were announced.Read more
When you think of the US solar energy market, places such as Florida, California, New Mexico or Arizona might be the first to spring to mind. But that’s not where Dublin-headquartered BNRG Renewables is seeking to plough ahead.Read more
David Maguire, Chairman of ISEA, spoke at the Climate Action meeting with the Joint Oireachtas Committee, highlighting issues with planning and grid connection as barriers for domestic and commercial solar development.Read more