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’s report on energy emissions to 2017 highlights continuing
urgency for action, but shows evidence of positive policy impact.
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is now accepting applications from organisations planning an investment in a new design project or major energy upgrade.
Special €3 million fund to nurture new community investments. Energy upgrades result in warmer buildings and greater employment opportunities.
Taxi drivers in Letterkenny are taking part in a new pilot project
led by the HSE and the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
(SEAI) involving the use of hybrid and electric vehicles to
transport renal dialysis patients.
1.7 million homes in Ireland could be eligible for new and
increased home energy grants
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) today
announced a research fund of over €2.5 million to support
cutting-edge research, development and demonstration energy
projects in 2018.
In 2017 we managed the highest ever sustainable energy investment
of €105 million, allocated by the Minister for Communications,
Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE).
Over 430 representatives from public bodies and government
departments today attended the Sustainable Energy Authority of
Ireland (SEAI) public sector conference at UCD in an effort to
advance energy efficiency.
Make a New Year resolution to save money and protect the
Denis Naughten secures Cabinet approval for increased funding
for home and community energy upgrades
Ireland's energy use is not reducing fast enough according to
a new report launched today.
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