Learn how to save energy at home, and maximise the energy efficiency of your appliances and products.
We're engaging with schools and communities across Ireland to
change the way your community thinks about energy.
SEAI grants are helping homeowners, business owners, communities,
and large industries reduce their energy costs and greenhouse
emissions. Read more.
SEAI are helping Irish companies and organisations to reduce their
energy costs significantly while improving their energy
We are working at all levels of society and business to support
the development of clean energy technologies in Ireland.
Energy research is vital for building a clean and more secure
energy future for Ireland. Learn about our research and statistics
Ireland’s leading B2B sustainable energy event is happening soon and you won’t want to miss it.
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is implementing changes to the Triple E Register to improve the experience for vendors and purchasers alike.
SEAI have published a report on everyday energy behaviours of people in Ireland from December 2022 to April 2023, giving an accurate and detailed account of travel and home energy use in Ireland.
Given we will all be spending more time at home this winter, we should consider getting our homes ready for the change in seasons and drop in temperature.
Purchase the most energy-efficient products and save on costs and energy consumption
Powered by geographic information systems (GIS), SEAI’s new ‘Solar Atlas’ helps map out the ‘hot topic’ of Ireland’s solar energy potential
Margie McCarthy, Director of Research and Policy Insights at SEAI, shares a personal perspective on the impact of the emissions data from the Interim Energy Balance for 2022.
Guest Blog taken from Colm O' Regan's column in the Irish Examiner covering Colm's experience installing solar panels
Here are three good reasons to apply for the SEAI Energy Awards 2023.
In the first quarter of 2023, EV sales surpassed petrol/diesel car sales in Ireland for the first time ever. Shane Prendergast, Programme Manager for EVs at SEAI, breaks down what that means and what can be done to achieve greater mass uptake of EVs.
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