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Council Partners Environment News
Mayo County Council are delighted to receive their SEAI Energy Efficiency Measures plaques presented by Project Coordinators Clár ICH. This project was funded by SEAI’s Community Scheme and represents a unique partnership between Bord Na Mona, the nominated Participating Energy Supplier (PES), Mayo County Council as beneficiary, Clár ICH as project coordinators and SEAI as
Education Environment News
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) launch a new children’s book to help children learn to save energy and take climate action, called ‘Guzzler’s Party’. This lively and educational book is aimed at children from junior infants to second class. The book follows Alina, an energy savvy schoolgirl, as she teaches Guzzler, the friendly […]
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As we prepare for the colder winter months, SEAI has launched a new campaign to encourage homeowners to invest in home energy upgrades. Doing this will give you a warmer, cosier home, with lower energy bills and significantly reduce your impact on the environment. SEAI provides a range of Government-funded home energy upgrade grants that […]
Environment Financial News
Under the current Energy Efficiency Obligation Scheme, energy suppliers must support energy efficiency projects in businesses and homes across Ireland. Image Courtesy of SEAI.ie Gov.ie Press Release: Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications Published on 04 March 2021 The European Commission’s Clean Energy Package, launched in November 2016, sets
Business Environment Feature News
€121 million in Government funding was invested in Ireland’s sustainable energy transition last year according to the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland’s (SEAI) annual achievements statement published today. This investment included €90 million into building energy retrofits which underpinned €185 million in this rapidly growing sector that will be vital to achieving
Business Environment News
On Saturday the 22nd of June 2019, the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland welcomed sustainable energy advocates from all parts of the country to Athlone Institute of Technology for its fourth annual National Sustainable Energy Community Event. SEAI is Ireland’s national and leading authority on sustainable energy. It works with governments, businesses, homeowners and