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In July 2020, Danone announced that its baby formula plant in Wexford has been certified carbon neutral by the Carbon Trust – the first baby formula plant in the world to achieve this.
Port of Waterford have achieved their 2020 energy efficiency targets and are working towards the dual energy efficiency and carbon reduction targets for 2030, assisted by EcoMerit and ISO 14001 certifications.
The Irish Defence Forces continues its programme of implementing renewable energy onsite generation through the installation of Solar PV systems.
The DAA completed a major carpark lighting upgrade project with
support from EXEED Programme.
TG4’s philosophy is to do more with less – this ideology has been actioned through their efficient use of energy and ‘green’ project planning.
Westpark Fitness, a gym with almost 5,000 members in Tallaght, Co. Dublin, has gone through the EXEED grant process and implemented energy and cost saving initiatives.
Aurivo followed SEAI’s EXEED Certified Standard to implement energy efficiency measures for its dairy plant, which has been in operation since the eighties.
SalesSense enrolled 71 staff members in SEAI’s Energy Academy this year. The Academy provided a great opportunity to educate their employees on energy use and energy efficiency in Ireland.
Fergal Cantwell had a heat pump installed in his County Kilkenny home in October 2019 as part of an overall retrofit of his house.
Dublin City Council (DCC) won the Leadership in Public Sector Award at the SEAI Energy Awards 2020 and is one of ten award winners.
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