Is a global nutrition group in Ireland. It is also the guiding force behind the AgriChemWhey Project, which allows for the conversion of waste from milk production into biodegradable plastics and protein powders.
ClonBio Group Ltd is a family owned Irish agribusiness that manufactures sustainable bioproducts from grain. The Group is a market leader and large-scale producer of renewable energy and animal nutrition in Europe. ClonBio invests in biotechnology products that creates commercially viable bioproducts. The group has developed Europe's largest biorefinery, managed by its operating subsidiary, Pannonia Bio, and also functions as an incubator for novel bioproducts being developed in nutrition, health, biochemical and energy markets in partnership with concept originators.
Is a manufacturer of waste to energy products, specifically technology that facilitates the conversion of various wastes to electricity. Such technologies can be employed by many companies as a method to reduce waste by-products.
Energy Auditing, Project Management, Domestic Retrofit, Public Lighting, Energy management services, EU Projects, Monitoring & Reporting, Financial Facilitation
Provides a technology that is particularly useful for chicken farms. Through the conversion of chicken manure, heat and electricity can be produced and used on the farm to increase productivity.
MTL is joint venture company with shareholders from the Irish Dairy Industry to provide commercial pilot plant & research services for food industry customers and a key constituent of Teagasc Food Research Centre Moorepark in the process of knowledge and technology transfer.
Dublin University that provides necessary education to the public and also provides a platform for new ideas and technologies to be tested for real-world application.
Is the regional authority responsible for the economic, social and cultural development of the Gaeltacht. It focuses on important areas such as Enterprise Development, Community Development, Employment Creation and Maintaining the Irish Language.
TUS (formerly AIT and LIT) is Irelands newest Technological University with over 14,000 students based on six campuses in Irelands Midwest and Midlands. There are a number of research centres and groups located here including biotechnology, energy management, and polymer technologies.