SEAI are helping Irish companies and organisations to reduce their energy costs significantly while improving their energy efficiency.
Energy ratings help us to understand and improve the energy
efficiency of buildings, appliances, and products.
SEAI grants are helping homeowners, business owners, communities,
and large industries reduce their energy costs and greenhouse
emissions. Read more.
From academic research to community based support. We are working at all levels of society and business to support the development of clean energy technologies in Ireland.
We're engaging with schools and teachers across Ireland to help
teach students about saving energy at school and at home,
sustainability and climate change.
Search our publications, find a detailed case study, use one of our calculator tools or carry out some research using SEAI maps.
The rising number of commercial EV's on the road coincides with
the introduction of the 0% BIK for fully electric vehicles. We
spoke to businesses who have made the switch to electric
Meet Martin Howley, Programme Manager for the SEAI
Meet early adaptor Keith who has been driving electric cars since
2011 and has also installed Solar PV
Farms can spend a significant amount of money on energy for
lighting, space heating, water heating, and other areas such as
milking, cooling and water pumping.
In Ireland, businesses are beginning to seize the opportunity to
capitalise on one of the world’s fastest growing renewable energy
sectors - bioenergy.
In June 2019, a fifteen year old student, Victory Luke, addressed
the global IEA Conference on Energy Efficiency in the Mansion
Sisters Marion and Anne Lynders had many heated exchanges with
architect Dermot Bannon when they appeared on RTE’s Room to
Improve in 2018.
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