Get a better understanding of the energy efficiency performance of public bodies in Ireland.

Public sector energy efficiency performance report 2023

Public bodies are required to report annual energy data to us every year. We manage the reporting process on behalf of the Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications (DECC). This is the tenth year we have published an annual report on the energy performance of public bodies in Ireland. The 2023 report covers data for 2022 and is set in the context of Ireland’s EU and national commitments and wider climate change goals, whereby a 51% reduction in energy-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and a 50% improvement in energy efficiency is to be achieved by all Irish Public Bodies by 2030.

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Key findings for 2022

  • 4,627 GWh

    annual primary energy savings
  • 17.3%

    reduction in total GHG emissions
  • €327m

    energy spend savings

Energy saving projects

Discover and review details of public sector energy saving projects. Find information on projects that have been completed and ones that are in the planning stages. These projects have been reported to us through our public sector energy monitoring & reporting (M&R) system.

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The 3,015 standalone schools that made complete submissions to SEAI are listed in the Annex to the report.

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Public Body energy performance data

It is now possible for anyone to access energy data for public bodies and schools through our website. The data includes:

  • energy consumption broken down by fuel type;
  • progress towards their 50% energy efficiency target;
  • comments reported by public bodies on their progress;
  • details of the energy-saving projects reported to SEAI.

The data is available on-screen in graphical and tabular formats and may also be downloaded in pdf and spreadsheet format.

Simply click on the link below, enter a public body or school name in the search box and find information on its energy performance for 2022.

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Sectoral Results

Sectoral results for 2022 will be available shortly