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This 22-point Action Plan outlines some of the main actions to be taken forward during 2022 by central government and our partners. It follows the publication of The Path to Net Zero Energy which outlined a
This statistical bulletin presents a range of analysis regarding enrolments and students (both regulated and non-regulated) in the Northern Ireland further education sector covering academic years 2016/17 to 2020/21.
This booklet is a synopsis of the Leading Innovation Horizon Scan Report which was commissioned to support the Vision for a 10x Economy by examining emerging trends and technologies.
This bulletin, published by the DfE Careers Occupational Information Unit (COIU), focuses on careers relating to hospitality and tourism in Northern Ireland.
Equality Screening in regards to the Heat Network Market Framework.
Advice on the requirement of all staff listed on a project's Call 3 Annex A to sign a "Confirmation of ESF Role" form. This agreement is to be used for Call 3 purposes only.
This is the sixteenth edition of the Energy Strategy e-bulletin, which aims to keep stakeholders informed about progress on the new Energy Strategy for Northern Ireland.
Equality Screening in regards to the ApprenticeshipsNI 2021 programme.
The NI Investment for Growth and Jobs Programme is using funding available under the European Regional Development fund to help drive economic growth in NI. Find out more about its activities and achievements in this information leaflet.
Equality screening in regard to the The Insolvency (Monetary Limits) (Amendment) Order (Northern Ireland) 2022 and the Insolvency (Amendment) Rules 2022.
Rural Needs Impact Assessment in regards to The Insolvency (Monetary Limits) (Amendment) Order (Northern Ireland) 2022 and the Insolvency (Amendment) Rules 2022.
Equality screening in regards to the Energy Strategy - the Path to Net Zero.
The Department for the Economy (DfE) wishes to appoint seven members to the board of Invest Northern Ireland (Invest NI). The appointments will be effective as soon as possible after 1 April 2022.
Energy accounts for almost 60 per cent of Northern Ireland’s greenhouse gas emissions.
The infographic provides information on the number of eligible NI residents aged 18 and over who have applied for their Spend Local card and been verified in the period 27 September to close of applications.
The infographic provides information on the take-up which is a comparison of those who have applied for the Spend Local card and been verified with the NI population aged 18 and over for the period 27 September to close of applications.
Research Bulletins are short analytical articles on topical economic and labour market issues. They help to build understanding of current trends and raise awareness of research and analysis carried out.
The latest Electricity Consumption and Renewable Generation in Northern Ireland publication was published on 2 December 2021 and can be accessed at the link below.
The Essential Skills Enrolments and Outcomes in Northern Ireland from 2002/03 to 2020/21 bulletin presents a range of analysis regarding numbers and characteristics of those enrolling and qualifying in Essential Skills since the start of the strategy in 2002/03. Earl
Electricity Consumption and Renewable Generation data tables for Northern Ireland