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SEAI is Ireland's national sustainable energy authority. We work with householders, businesses, communities and government to create a cleaner energy future.

Our Impact

Since our last strategy, with more than €800m Government funding, SEAI supported:

  • 100,000

    Home Energy Upgrades
  • 650+

    Small business and farming upgrades
  • 300+

    Innovative research and development projects

Discover our main focus areas.

Discover our vision, values, and strategy.

Our vision

To be a leading authority driving Ireland’s sustainable energy transformation for the benefit of society.

Our mission

Our mission is to be at the heart of delivering Ireland’s energy revolution. We drive the reduction and replacement of fossil fuel usage. We are a knowledge led organisation. We partner with citizens, communities, businesses and Government. We are trusted collaborators, innovators, funders and educators.

Why sustainable energy?

Sustainable energy improves people’s lives, brings comfort and convenience, and addresses environmental challenges. It is also beneficial to our economy, creating and protecting jobs. Our role is to help all of society to be more energy efficient. We also support the development of clean energy technologies.

Statement of Strategy 2022-2025    Statement of Strategy 2022-2025 as Gaeilge

Executive Leadership Team

SEAI is organised into four directorates and operates from offices in Dublin, Dundalk, Cork and Sligo.

CEO: William Walsh
Director of Research and Policy Insight: Margie McCarthy
Director of Corporate Services: Marion O Brien
Director of Business, Public and Transport sectors: Declan Meally
Director of National Retrofit: Ciaran Byrne

Learn more about our Executive Leadership Team

SEAI Board

The SEAI Board sets the broad strategy and policies for SEAI.

See the SEAI board members    Download the 2021 Annual Report

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