SEAI are helping Irish companies and organisations to reduce their energy costs significantly while improving their energy efficiency.
Energy ratings help us to understand and improve the energy
efficiency of buildings, appliances, and products.
SEAI grants are helping homeowners, business owners, communities,
and large industry reduce their energy costs and greenhouse
From academic research to community based support, we are working at all levels of society and business to support the development of clean energy technologies in Ireland.
We're engaging with schools and teachers across Ireland to help
teach students about saving energy at school and at home,
sustainability and climate change.
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SEAI honours leaders in Ireland's clean energy transition at
annual energy awards.
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.
SEAI’s report on energy emissions to 2017 highlights continuing
urgency for action, but shows evidence of positive policy impact.
European collaboration to advance local and regional renewable
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’.
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
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) launches the
SEAI Energy Awards 2018
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is now
accepting applications from businesses for €3 million in
government-funded smart lighting grants.
Wilo Ireland win Product of the Show at the SEAI Energy Show for their innovative Wilo Stratos-Maxo pump.
SEAI to change the way we all drive with the #DrivingElectric
campaign launched at Annual SEAI Energy Show.
Between 2014 and 2016, CO2 emissions from the residential sector
increased by almost 7%, having fallen by almost a quarter between
2005 and 2014.
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