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SEAI are helping Irish companies and organisations to reduce their
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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
Dunleer Sustainable Energy Community (SEC) is the 2020 winner of the Inspirational Energy Community award.
Astellas Ireland took home the top prize for Energy Team of the Year in the 2020 SEAI Energy Awards.
As Ireland prepares for major changes in favour of a greener and more sustainable society, retrofitting homes will play a prominent role in delivering on climate targets.
The DAA completed a major carpark lighting upgrade project with
support from EXEED Programme.
This detached bungalow in Co Wicklow was a typical build of this decade - fossil fuel reliant, with little insulation and low performance windows and doors. Before the deep retrofit, this home had a Building Energy Rating of E1
Dublin City Council (DCC) install an air to water heat pump system and LED lighting at Little Stars Creche as part of their focused effort to reduce carbon emissions and deliver on 2020 climate targets.
A total of 568 lamps at The Links complex in Portmarnock were upgraded to highly efficient LED’s. Energy savings of 60% were achieved through this lighting upgrade alone.
Through a combination of biomass, wind, solar and hydro, one of Ireland’s most well-known family businesses, is leading the way in renewable energy innovation.
Elderly residents in St.Bricin's now benefit from lower energy bills, constant temperatures throughout the day and the absence of mould growth, common in poorly developed buildings like this.
Herlihy’s climate ambition is to reduce energy costs, fossil fuel usage and greenhouse gas emissions in their own store and in their local community as well.
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