New five year strategy launched for key state agency

    SEAI says backing sustainable energy will improve lives, meet environmental challenges and back jobs

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    SEAI invests €1million in innovative projects

    Irish firms and research institutions at cutting edge of energy research as SEAI invests €1million in innovative projects

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    SEAI looks forward to delivery of objectives from Cabinet meeting

    SEAI has welcomed the priorities and commitments reached at the Special Cabinet Meeting on climate change. Building on its track record of delivering material results in addressing climate change, SEAI will be at the heart of delivery on many of the objectives set and it has welcomed commitments on further funding for energy efficiency, renewable energy, electric vehicles and renewable heat.

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    Up to a million Irish homes need a Deep Retrofit to boost energy efficiency

    The Irish energy retrofit market is worth over €35 billion to the Irish economy between now and 2050. Minister Denis Naughten TD Opens SEAI’s Inaugural National Deep Retrofit Conference to explore one of Ireland’s biggest energy efficiency challenges and major economic and employment opportunities.

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    SEAI study shows that renewable gas has the potential to replace more than one quarter of our fossil fuel gas supply

    As many as one million homes built in the last century are considered to be significantly energy inefficient. This means higher energy bills and, in some cases, poorer health and wellbeing for the homeowners

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    Clearpower ‘Forest to Heat System’ Wins Product of Show Award at SEAI Energy Show

    The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) Energy Show concluded this week with 4,600 attendees going to see the vast array of innovative sustainable energy solutions on display. The Show which took place in the RDS on April 5th and 6th demonstrated the vibrancy of the energy sector and the pace of change taking place as new energy saving technologies come to the market.

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    €3m available to Irish ocean energy companies as part of EU fund

    A new €17 million fund has been launched in support of the ocean renewable energy sector. The fund, which is part of the OCEANERA-NET COFUND project, brings together a consortium of seven governments and agencies from across Europe who are committed to advancing research and development in the ocean energy sector.

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    SEAI begins journey ‘Towards Zero’ for energy efficiency in homes

    As many as one million homes built in the last century are considered to be significantly energy inefficient. This means higher energy bills and, in some cases, poorer health and wellbeing for the homeowners. The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is set to begin a programme ‘Towards Zero’ to address this, aiming to significantly improve the energy performance of existing homes.

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    Tipperary School Students win top honours at SEAI One Good Idea National Final

    Ursuline Secondary School from Thurles in Co Tipperary has been named the winner of this year’s Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland’s (SEAI) One Good Idea competition for their campaign ‘Wattaware’. The campaign aims to raise energy awareness and tackle climate change by educating people in their community on the long term savings the can make when they choose household appliances with higher energy ratings

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    SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards searching for sustainable energy leaders across Ireland

    The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) today started the search for sustainable energy leaders as it launched its 14th annual energy awards, the longest running energy leadership awards in the country. The SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards recognise and reward excellence in energy efficiency and renewable energy and are open to organisations, businesses or communities who are setting new standards in the reduction of fossil fuel use.

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