• Report

    Electricity & Gas Price 1st Semester 2018

    Comparing energy prices in Ireland with those of other EU Member States and elsewhere is a particularly important aspect of any analysis of the impact of price changes and competition. This report seeks to inform that analysis and thereby increase the understanding of energy price changes in Ireland.

    • Report

    Combined Heat & Power in Ireland - 2018 update

    This report examines the contribution made by CHP to Ireland’s energy requirements for the period 1991 to 2017, with a particular focus on the years 2016 and 2017. This is SEAI’s twelfth report on the topic.


    Energy Auditor Core Competency Assessment Template

    Auditors may wish to use the competency assessment template for use when quoting businesses for audit work.


    Upgrading to an A Rated Home

    The homeowner guide to upgrading to an A-Rated home. Learn about the different measures you will need to take in your home to get the highest level of energy efficiency.


    SEAI Code of Governance 2019

    This framework sets out the systems and processes by which the Authority directs and controls its functions and manages its business. It is intended to guide the Board (and staff, where appropriate) of the Authority in performing their duties to the highest standards of accountability, integrity and propriety.


    Code of Practice Ventilation


    Deep Retrofit Application Guidelines

    • Guide

    Consumer grants leaflet

    Check out our consumer grants leaflet that describes each of our grants and the whether or not they are suitable for you.

    • Report

    Energy in Ireland 2018

    This report presents national energy statistics on energy production and consumption in Ireland over the period 2005 – 2017. Specifically, energy trends and underlying drivers as well as discussion on sectoral energy consumption and how energy trends relate to Government and EU renewable energy targets.

    • Report

    Public Sector annual report 2018

    This is the fifth annual report on the energy efficiency performance of public bodies in Ireland. It is set in the context of Ireland’s EU and national commitments and wider climate change goals, whereby a target of 33% energy efficiency improvement is to be achieved by all Irish public bodies by 2020.