MKO is seeking to recruit a full-time Senior Administrator, to join our expanding Operations and Administration team. The position of Senior Administrator will offer the successful candidate the opportunity to join a strong team, working in a dynamic work environment across a wide variety of projects, utilising the various skills they may have [...]
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Members of MKO staff were in attendance for the ‘Renewable Energy Opportunity for the West of Ireland’ conference, in the G Hotel in Galway, on the 14th of April 2022. The conference was organised by the Port of Galway Company, with the theme of the conference focusing on “Ports as Energy Hubs – [...]
Government seeks permission to build two emergency electricity generators in Dublin Applications for two temporary electricity generators in Dublin have been filed by the Department of Environment, Climate and Communications to An Bord Pleanála which would provide 300 additional megawatts of power to the Irish electricity grid. This is enough to power just [...]
The latest round of grid connection offers to be processed via ECP-2.2 was published this month (April 2022) after the window closed in September 2021. This list has determined the applicants that have been successful in receiving grid connection offers with a total of 65 projects due to receive offers under all categories. [...]
A delegation from MKO’s ornithology and ecology teams recently attended the Conference on Wind and Wildlife impacts (CWW) in Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands. The conference brings together a diverse range of interested parties from academics, industry representatives, environmental practitioners and government organisations with the aim of finding practical, science-led solutions to potential conflict [...]
Birdwatch Ireland have recently published the status of Ireland’s wintering waterbird species for 97 lakes, rivers and coastal estuaries across Ireland. We now have an online report which allows us to see the increase/decrease in numbers of different species of ducks, waders and other waterbirds at your local wetland, and how that compares [...]
Due to increased expansion, MKO are advertising the following vacancies. Potential candidates will join a company of over 120 staff who are involved in the most interesting projects of our time. The roles offer exciting opportunities for an ambitious professional to be part of one of Ireland’s fastest growing consultancies working on diverse [...]
MKO were delighted to attend the Galway Chamber of Commerce Awards 2021 in the Salthill Hotel last Thursday night. Over 100 entries were received by the Chamber across a number of categories with MKO nominated in the Best Small to Medium size enterprise. We were thrilled to take home this prestigious award on [...]
The use of conservation detection dogs to protect and preserve our natural environment is becoming an ever more efficient and popular survey method worldwide. Dogs are currently being trained to detect a wide range of species from red Squirrels, invasive plant species and even aquatic freshwater cray fish to name just a few. [...]
MKOs first island trip of the year took us to Inishbofin Island of the coast of Galway. Alongside archaeologist Michael Gibbons, we boarded the ferry from Cleggan Pier on a sunny Saturday morning. On arriving at the island, we gathered around the Barking Pan, once used for treating fishing nets, to listen as [...]