SEAI to inspect tyre retailers this summer

    The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) will inspect 120 tyre retailers across Ireland this summer to ensure compliance with the EU Tyre Labelling Regulation.

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    Analysing Ireland's energy-related carbon dioxide emissions

    SEAI’s report on energy emissions to 2017 highlights continuing urgency for action, but shows evidence of positive policy impact.

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    SEAI encourages researchers to avail of new a €500,000 government fund for energy research projects

    European collaboration to advance local and regional renewable energy systems

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    Donegal Students’ One Good Idea takes home top honours at SEAI National Awards Final

    Errigal College from Letterkenny in Co Donegal has been named the winner of the 2018 SEAI One Good Idea competition for their campaign ‘Bottle It’.

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    20 Ways Irish Students are Tackling Climate Change

    SEAI celebrates 10 Years of One Good Idea. Over 7,000 students have taken part and 1 million people have been reached by SEAI One Good Idea projects since 2008

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    SEAI is Searching for Sustainable Energy Winners Across Ireland

    The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) launches the SEAI Energy Awards 2018

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    Smart Lighting Grant

    The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is now accepting applications from businesses for €3 million in government-funded smart lighting grants.

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    Wilo Ireland wins Product of Show Award

    Wilo Ireland win Product of the Show at the SEAI Energy Show for their innovative Wilo Stratos-Maxo pump.

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    #DrivingElectric campaign launched at Annual SEAI Energy Show

    SEAI to change the way we all drive with the #DrivingElectric campaign launched at Annual SEAI Energy Show.

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    SEAI Report Shows Residential Energy Use Once Again on The Rise

    Ireland’s residential energy use and carbon emissions are rising again. Between 2014 and 2016, CO2 emissions from the sector increased by almost 7%, having fallen by almost a quarter between 2005 and 2014.

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