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Dr. Ciaran Byrne, Director of National Retrofit at SEAI, shares his personal experience of grappling with his own climate anxiety while on holiday with his family, from a change in mindset to practical actions
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.
Margie McCarthy, Director of Research and Policy Insights at SEAI, shares tips and insights on avoiding the pitfalls of networking and overcoming its awkwardness, following the discussion at the Women in Energy Network event at the SEAI Energy Show 2023
Head of Business Supports and Transport Fergus Sharkey shares a write-up of his 'Sail Rail' journey from Dublin to London to attend a training course, involving cycling, taking the ferry and the train as an eco-friendly alternative to flying.
In our latest EV-themed blog post, we outline the facts on the costs and carbon emissions to consider with owning a fossil-fuel car in Ireland and the alternate transport options available to you.
The biofuel mix in forecourt petrol will soon increase from 5% to 10% - what impact will this have on Ireland’s transport emissions?
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