Green technology has long been a boon for Ireland’s industrial sector, but it is also attracting new companies to the country.
The emergence of ekena millworks in Corbels in recent years has highlighted the potential of the technology to generate new jobs in the country’s manufacturing sector.
The ekeno millworks will employ about 2,000 people when it opens in 2019.
The idea behind the ekenna millworks is to create new jobs for Irish workers in the construction and processing industries.
It is hoped the new millworks would be an important catalyst for job creation in the sector.
It’s a technology that has been around for over 50 years, but there is an enormous amount of innovation going on, said Daniel O’Connor, founder and CEO of eKena Millworks.
He said the company is excited to be working with the government to bring green technology to the Irish economy.
The company’s founder, Daniel O. O’ Connor, said the success of ekkena has been due to the government’s focus on the countrys green energy policies.
In 2014, the Government announced it was establishing a new scheme to create 2,500 jobs in renewable energy by 2030.
The scheme would be funded by the European Investment Bank, and the money would be used to create more green technology in Ireland.
Mr O’ Connors hopes to see this programme expand to include other sectors such as wind energy, biomass and solar energy.
He believes the project could have a positive impact on Ireland’s green economy.