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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The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and
Environment, Denis Naughten T.D. has today launched a new
scheme to support domestic customers who install solar
photovoltaic (solar PV) panels on their homes.
Ireland's energy use is not reducing fast enough according to
a new report launched today.
The Minister announced that the funding available for external
wall insulation will be significantly increased, with grant
levels ranging from €2,750 to €6,000.
Number of Sustainable Energy Communities in Ireland doubles
from 60 to 124 in last twelve months.
The winners of the 2017 SEAI Sustainable Energy Award have
These ten tips will help you stay warm and save money on your energy bills this winter.
The finalists of the 2017 Sustainable Energy Awards have been announced.
Central Government buildings receive energy efficiency upgrades under new programme
Budget 2018 highlights Ireland’s commitment to further decarbonise our energy system.
Students urged to come up with an energy awareness campaign to tackle climate change
A tyre label shows the wet grip braking performance of a tyre, its
fuel efficiency and the level of external noise it produces.
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