From flagship events, to regular conferences and workshops, we work to support and champion activity and achievements in the Energy Sector across Ireland

Energy Ireland Conference

19th - 20th June

Energy Ireland is Irelands largest and most long-established energy conference, attended every year by all the key players in the Irish energy sector, as well as many from further afield who maintain an interest in how the energy sector in Ireland is developing.

Our CEO, Jim Gannon will be one of the keynote speakers at the event, along with Karl Purcell, Programme Manager of the Behavioural Economics Unit.

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28th June - 1st July

SEAI are proud sponsors of the 5th annual SeaFest, Ireland’s national maritime festival, which takes place in Galway on Friday 29th June to Sunday 1st July 2018.

Come along and discover all about our ocean – from how we explore, to shipwrecks and creatures of the deep. SeaFest is a fun, free summer festival for all ages and the programme of events includes a seafood fair, seafood cookery demonstrations with celebrity chefs and seafaring family fun. There will be tours of ocean going vessels, leisure craft and boats, exhibits on marine life and lots more fun and educational activities.

SeaFest is a key part of Harnessing our Ocean Wealth: An Integrated Marine plan for Ireland (HOOW) and its goal of increasing participation and engagement with the sea. SeaFest also hosts the annual Our Ocean Wealth Summit and other business and research events.

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Teaching Sustainability - Summer Courses

2nd - 6th July

The course explores teaching approaches that develop numeracy skills in an integrated way across the curriculum, specifically through Science and Geography. 

Two days will focus on Discover Primary Science and Maths
Two days will focus on SEAI’s resources for primary schools
The fifth day will involve an energy and science related field trip

During the course teachers will find out how to teach Science and Maths through an inquiry based approach to learning. The main curriculum areas covered by the course are SESE (Science and Geography) and Maths, with a focus on skills. 

Date: 2nd to 6th July 2018 inclusive 9.30am to 2pm

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