From flagship events, to regular conferences and workshops, we work to support and champion activity and achievements in the Energy Sector across Ireland

Events Update

SEAI has been monitoring and adhering to all relevant Government guidelines regarding Covid-19 and the likely impacts on all SEAI events. The health and wellbeing of our visitors, guest speakers and staff is of the utmost importance. For this reason, SEAI is cancelling all face to face events / gatherings until further notice. We are currently looking at online alternatives for many of our events so please keep an eye on our events page for the most up to date information.

SEAI Energy Awards 2020

28th October, 11am

Each year the SEAI Energy Awards showcase excellence in sustainable energy across all sectors of the economy.

This year we hosted an online ceremony to recognise and celebrate the leaders in our clean energy transition.

MC Andrea Gilligan presented 8 category awards, with addresses from CEO of SEAI, William Walsh, Chair of SEAI, Dermot Byrne and Minister Eamon Ryan TD.

We presented two special awards, the Chair's Award for Outstanding Contribution to Sustainable Energy, and the Emerging Sustainable Energy Champion, which highlights a youth working towards a clean energy future.


Find out more about the Awards

National Energy Research and Policy Conference 2020 - Online Webinar series

Nov 5th, Nov 12th, Nov 19th & Nov 6th

SEAI and the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE) will co-host the second annual National Energy Research & Policy Conference this November 2020.

This year the event will be held online as a series of 90-minute webinars each Thursday in November (from 11am-12.30pm GMT), with an overall conference theme of the Transformation of Ireland’s Heat Sector.

The purpose of this conference series is to:

  • facilitate discussion on the role of energy research and policy in achieving Ireland’s long-term clean energy goals.
  • ensure that energy policy development and implementation is informed by the best scientific advice possible.
  • ensure researchers are aware of current and future energy policy priorities.

Further details on all four webinars, speakers and registration details at the link below.

Find out more