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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.
The DAA completed a major carpark lighting upgrade project with
support from EXEED Programme.
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.
These measures increased comfort levels for the tenants of each home, reduced their energy bills and reduced the levels of carbon emissions from their homes.
The Fair Play Café is working towards becoming a zero-carbon community building and a hub for sustainability in the area.
The Rediscovery Centre has undergone a major green energy revamp and through the integration of renewable technology, has transformed into a state-of-the-art eco facility.
The research outcomes have contributed to policy papers that have helped to inform national policy, in particular the Climate Action Plan target of 70% RES-E by 2030.
With almost all of our transport energy coming from liquid fuels, the group were looking for affordable solutions to decarbonising transportation systems through the use of bioenergy.
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