THE QUANDARY of having left the immersion heater on will be a thing of the past for 50 lucky people living on the Dingle Peninsula who will get to trial new smart water-heating technology in the new year.
ESB Networks is looking for 50 volunteers to trial the new technology that will be installed in their homes, free of charge, and which they can operate remotely using their mobile phone.
It’s all part of a major national pilot project in Dingle where ESB Networks is deploying a range of technologies to ‘future proof’ the electricity network. The findings of the project will inform ESB Networks on how to deliver an electricity network to facilitate Ireland’s transition to a low-carbon future.
Visitors to Manor West will get a chance to sample some of the delights of Kerry’s food producers and craftspeople when the weekend-long Christmas Food and Craft Fair is hosted at the retail centre this coming weekend.
At the Christmas Food and Craft Fair Weekend, local food producers and craftspeople will be showcasing the best of their creations for visitors to Manor West to peruse, taste or indeed take home as an ideal Christmas gift.
Food & Craft Fairs are becoming quite a frequent feature at Manor West these days, where Kerry’s artisans and entrepreneurs get to exhibit their wares for the public completely free of charge.