25 June 2024

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150 homes in Galway to get free hot water in EnergyCloud project

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150 homes in Galway to get free hot water in EnergyCloud project

A New EnergyCloud project has been launched in Galway.

It will enable 150 homes to receive free tanks of hot water from surplus renewable energy

The smart device is a landmark sustainability initiative from EnergyCloud and Amazon Web Services

It will be hugely beneficial to the residents concerned

It’s been launched by Junior Minister Alan Dillon at the Gusta Gaoithe wind farm in Ardderoo

Minister Dillon says the Government expects more homes to be able to take advantage of excess renewable energy

He states it will allow households to reduce their energy costs and carbon footprint.

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