Energy Awards 2020

    SEAI Energy Awards 2020 Open for Entries. We are now calling for sustainable energy champions in community business, research and public sector to enter.

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    Carbon dioxide emissions from energy use down almost 4% in 2019

    The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) today released data which shows that CO2 emissions from all energy use fell 3.9% in 2019, equivalent to 1.5 million tonnes of CO₂.

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    SEAI Launch Online Energy Academy

    SEAI Launch Online Energy Academy to Help Businesses Cut Energy Costs

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    Renewable Energy in Ireland 2020 report

    Energy data from 2018 shows Ireland is not on track to meet renewable energy targets

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    Funding for geothermal energy projects

    €1 million in Government funding awarded to innovatie geothermal energy research projects

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    Emissions Report 2020

    Today we published its Energy- Related CO2 Emissions in Ireland report. The report shows that energy-related CO2 emissions declined slightly in 2018, even as energy use increased.

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    Public Sector report 2019

    Strong efficiency performance is springboard for new Climate Action Plan targets

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    Public Bodies Meet at SEAI Conference to Accelerate Progress to 2030 Energy Targets

    800 representatives from public bodies and government departments today attended the fourth annual SEAI public sector conference.

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    SEAI calls on business leaders to invest in energy efficiency

    Ireland’s biggest energy users make further progress in energy efficiency with €12.4 million cost savings in 2018, according to the annual review released by SEAI

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    €32 million annual energy savings and 130,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions avoided annually through SEAI programmes in 2019

    Last year, the Government of Ireland, through the SEAI, invested €140 million in sustainable energy upgrades and projects. Among the beneficiaries were; 24,700 homeowners, 57 communities, and 4,700 purchasers of electric vehicles. These citizens and businesses are now using less energy, enjoying lower day to day costs and are taking positive climate action.

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