Cora Cronin: My Internship Experience with ActionZero

Tell us a bit about yourself and your role at ActionZero? I’m going into my final year of a Law and Accounting degree at UL. As part of the Co-op education programme in the third year of this degree, I began working with ActionZero. I am currently working as a financial intern to the CFO […]

Spotlight on Siona Daly, Energy Engineer at ActionZero

Tell us about your career to date? I was extremely fortunate to find my true calling in Sustainable Energy Consultancy very early on in my career. I have worked with incredible people, collaborated with brilliant organisations, and built relationships with wonderful clients. My career has taken me from small social enterprise work in Tipperary, to […]

Gerry’s Journey to Romania to recover Ukrainian Family Car

Gerry O’ Sullivan, our Energy & Risk Procurement Manager and his wife Deirdre recently opened up their home to welcome a family of three fleeing the conflict in the Ukraine. This mother and her two daughters (aged 10 and 18) were forced to abandon their car in Romania, near the border with Moldova, to fly […]

A day in the life of… our Operation Analyst and E-Learning Designer

In our new A day in the life of… series we’re going behind the scenes at ActionZero HQ to introduce the people that make our brand tick.  We’re kicking off with our Operation Analyst and E-Learning Designer, Ellen Collins. Here she gives an insight into her background, her role and what she enjoys about the […]

Lack of planning preventing Ireland from being a global leader in offshore wind

ActionZero met with Professor Jerry Murphy, a leading thinker in renewable energy, to discuss the challenges preventing Ireland from being a global hub for offshore wind, and why it’s so important to Ireland’s net-zero future.   Offshore wind farms, as the name suggests, are large-scale turbine constructions mounted on floating platforms built out in the […]

€9m for new research centre will help Irish agriculture align with Ireland’s sustainable future

Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue, confirmed during a recent trip to County Wexford that the existing Teagasc agricultural research centre in Johnstown Castle will be expanded and enhanced, with €9 million in funding having been committed to improvements that will help Irish agriculture operate more sustainably.  Johnstown Castle is Ireland’s leading […]