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We're engaging with schools and communities across Ireland to
change the way your community thinks about energy.
SEAI grants are helping homeowners, business owners, communities,
and large industries reduce their energy costs and greenhouse
emissions. Read more.
SEAI are helping Irish companies and organisations to reduce their
energy costs significantly while improving their energy
We are working at all levels of society and business to support
the development of clean energy technologies in Ireland.
Energy research is vital for building a clean and more secure
energy future for Ireland. Learn about our research and statistics
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) today published
its annual Energy in Ireland report which presents Ireland’s
progress on the sustainable energy transition.
Statement by Minister Bruton on SEAI Deep Retrofit Pilot
The majority of small and medium business believe they do have a role in tackling climate change with more organisations than ever before investigating energy efficiency options.
The Renewable Energy in Ireland 2019 report provides a detailed analysis of Ireland’s progress towards the 2020 renewable energy targets.
Homeowners who are taking action now to reduce energy consumption and reliance on fossil fuels in their homes will lower their energy bills substantially.
For many students, first year in college means moving out
of the family home, taking responsibility for your
personal finances, and managing household bills for the
A €31 million project has been approved for an ambitious four-
year floating offshore wind project.
A fund of up to €6 million is available for projects
delivering best practice in the design, construction and
management of buildings for optimum energy efficiency.
Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment,
Denis Naughten TD, has announced €8 million in Government
funding to support 45 innovative energy projects in companies
and research institutions across Ireland.
SEAI hosted its fourth annual National Sustainable Energy
Community Event on Saturday 22nd June 2019 in Athlone Institute of
Technology, County Westmeath.
The second phase of the Support Scheme for Renewable Heat
(SSRH) has been opened by Minister Richard Bruton T.D.
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