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Tyndall National Institute used the EXEED process to identify significant energy savings across its buildings, which will result in an energy saving of 3.6GWh.
Hazelwood Tennis Club is the last remaining sporting club operating in Hazelwood, Newtwopothouse in Mallow, Co. Cork. Thanks to the Castlepook Community Benefit Fund, it has been able to upgrade its club and accommodate new members.
Manufacturing firm Bellurgan Precision applied for SEAI's Support Scheme for Energy Audits (SSEA) as a means to meet one of their sustainability objectives for 2022-2023, which was an energy audit.
The 2018 SEAI National Energy Research Development & Demonstration (RD&D) Programme supported the UCC led Co-Wind project, which aims to better understand and improve community engagement with local wind farms in Ireland
The Limerick manufacturing site Wyeth Nutrition incorporated energy efficiency design with support from SEAI.
Pharmaceutical company MSD Carlow followed a key building method for ensuring energy efficiency & sustainability in the construction of their new lab.
Element Six implemented the Energy Management System (EnMS0 ISO50001:2018 standard on their site, in addition to a heat pump, to continually improve energy performance.
The pallet manufacturer has set out to lower carbon emissions and energy bills through SEAI’s Support Scheme for Renewable Heat (SSRH).
Sustainability is at the heart of Falls Hotel & Spa in Ennistymon, County Clare. Recently declared a carbon neutral property, they are 2021 Winners at the SEAI Energy Awards
Cormac Madden has spent several years upgrading the energy efficiency of his family home.
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