Learn how to save energy at home, and maximise the energy efficiency of your appliances and products.
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 Fair Play Café is working towards becoming a zero-carbon community building and a hub for sustainability in the area.
The Rediscovery Centre has undergone a major green energy revamp and through the integration of renewable technology, has transformed into a state-of-the-art eco facility.
The research outcomes have contributed to policy papers that have helped to inform national policy, in particular the Climate Action Plan target of 70% RES-E by 2030.
The DAA completed a major carpark lighting upgrade project with
support from EXEED Programme.
With almost all of our transport energy coming from liquid fuels, the group were looking for affordable solutions to decarbonising transportation systems through the use of bioenergy.
Investment in renewable technologies helped NUIG exceed Climate Targets and supports them on their journey to establish the campus as one of the 'greenest' in the world.
RetroKit was funded and developed to support housing providers and policy makers to plan and implement the delivery of the Climate Action Plan.
The company was looking for new ways to cut costs, improve fuel efficiency and reduce carbon emissions while maintaining driver safety across its operations
Batterstown collaborate with Meath County Council to drive their vision forward and begin the process of decarbonising their locality.
Tipperary Cooperative implement ISO 50001 to achieve carbon neutrality
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