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Like much of 2007, the Dublin Stock Exchange has had a negative morning as its share price stood at 7,802.05, down 65.38 points, by 11am.
The gloom will soon be forgotten if predictions of an Ireland green energy transpire.
Minister: 'Ireland could become global leader in green energy'
Ireland can become the centre of the green energy boom, it was claimed today.
Green Party Minister for Energy Eamon Ryan said the knowledge, resources and capital were already in place to make the country a global leader in producing renewable technology.
Opening the second Green Energy Fair in Gowran Park, Co Kilkenny, Mr Ryan said investment in the energy industry has jumped 158% in the past two years - with experts predicting an $85bn (€59bn) investment for 2007 alone.
“Ireland is already taking advantage of this green boom,” he continued.
“We have 12,000 people working in the energy sector, but there is a real, viable future waiting on the horizon.
“When the Green Party entered Government in Germany, they created over 200,000 new jobs in the renewable energy sector.
“Ireland has even greater natural resources in terms of wind and ocean energy than Germany and so there is no reason why we cannot emulate or even surpass their success.”
Open until Monday, the Green Fair features 50 exhibitors displaying a range of renewable technologies from geo-thermal heating and wood pellet boilers to wind, hydro and solar power.

European experts will deliver talks on advances in renewable technology on the continent and on the latest sustainable building techniques while information on growing energy crops, environmentally friendly vehicles and the latest renewable grants will also be available.
Mary While, Green Party TD for Carlow/Kilkenny, said she was delighted at the interest and turn out at the event.
“Climate change and rising oil prices mean we must become more self-sufficient in how we live our lives,” she added.
“There is a great interest in becoming more energy efficient, in the home, at work and in transport. The latest technologies on show today will cut energy use, save money and help the environment.”

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