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Kelly applauds Green Hydrogen agreement between Shannon Foynes and Rotterdam Ports

Published: Wed, 31 January 2024

Ireland’s largest bulk port, Shannon Foynes, and Europe’s largest port, the Port of Rotterdam, have inked a historic Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) aimed at developing a supply-chain corridor for exporting green hydrogen fuel from the west of Ireland’s abundant wind resource. The agreement signifies a significant leap towards achieving Europe’s ambitious green hydrogen strategy for […]

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Kelly urges direct EU-Stormont Relations, ahead of potential restoration of NI Executive

Published: Tue, 30 January 2024

After almost two years of political impasse in Northern Ireland, Sean Kelly MEP, a prominent voice on Brexit-related matters, has welcomed the agreement for a return of the Northern Ireland Executive. Kelly, MEP for Ireland South and Vice-Chair of the European Parliament’s UK Delegation, emphasises the urgency, stating, “The political deadlock has persisted for too […]

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Netanyahu’s political motives cloud judgement on humanitarian tragedy in Gaza – MEP Kelly

Published: Fri, 26 January 2024

Seán Kelly MEP has hit out at the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s stance on the conflict with Gaza, questioning his political motives and urging him to end the “humanitarian tragedy” unfolding in Gaza. “What is happening today in Gaza is a humanitarian tragedy. It is clear to see that a whole population is being […]

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Kelly urges Ireland to ratify trade deal with Canada

Published: Wed, 24 January 2024

Seán Kelly MEP and a Member of the European Parliament’s Trade Committee is urging Ireland and the nine other EU countries yet to ratify the bloc’s trade deal with Canada to do so as soon as possible. “The trading benefits for Irish business and job benefits are too great to lose out on. Once the […]

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Secure EU investment for Ireland’s offshore electricity infrastructure – MEP Kelly

Published: Mon, 22 January 2024

Seán Kelly MEP is encouraging Ireland to seek EU funding to boost its power grids and secure ways to integrate more offshore energy supplies, under EU plans to increase investment in the infrastructure across the bloc. The Fine Gael MEP was referring to the European Commission’s plan to significantly scale-up investment in Europe’s power grids, […]

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