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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Johnson and Johnson VisionCare build gym and medical centre that
is 25% more efficient than current building regulations.
The DAA completed a major carpark lighting upgrade project with support from EXEED Programme.
The Monasterboice Inn uses the EXEED programme for a design-led
approach to improving energy performance.
The project to reduce energy consumption by Kilkenny County
Council has contributed towards their 2020 energy savings target
and lowered costs.
Solo Energy was founded in August 2015 to address a demand
smart energy storage solutions as an enabler for
A floating tidal energy device is being developed by an Irish
company, based in Limerick.
Energy Wise Cavan carried out deep retrofits of 34 homes and
10 non-residential buildings.
Donate as you save Energy (DaysE) allows organisations to donate their
energy credits to social enterprises and charities.
Sustainable Clonakilty established
Clonenergy 2020 to help Clonakilty reach energy neutrality through renewable energy by 2020
Bewley's have been working progressively to reduce energy
consumption. This project focused on their tea and coffee
manufacturing facility in Dublin.