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Cold snap set to push up energy bills - but switching can slash costs

With sub-zero temperatures on the way,, the independent price comparison and switching service, warns that consumers could see their energy bills climbing as they crank up the heat to combat the cold snap.

Tesla’s models now available in Ireland

Tesla’s electric vehicles – the award-winning Model S saloon and long-range Model X SUV - are now available in Ireland with prices starting from €81,086.

Information meeting on marine and renewable energy test site

The Marine Institute will host a third public information meeting on the Galway Bay Marine and Renewable Energy Test Site, Thursday 21 July at 7:30pm in the Connemara Coast Hotel, Furbo, Galway.

Ensure insulation installer and products are NSAI certified

As the economy continues to grow and more people decide to renovate their homes, the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) is warning consumers to only use NSAI quality certified products and installers when insulating their properties.

Quarter of all homes in Galway fall into the poorest energy ratings

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Some 25 per cent of Galway homes fall into the poorest energy ratings - the E, F and G categories - resulting in draughty, cold houses with increased electricity and gas costs. By contrast only nine per cent reach the A and B ratings.

Insulate your home with the Midland Warmer Home Scheme

Midland Warmer Homes Scheme is delivering a Better Energy Warmer Homes initiative to homeowners/landlords (excluding council houses) who have not previously availed of any grants from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) for houses built before 2006. 

Mayo’s Udaras na Gaeltachta in national final of  Sustainable Energy Awards

Mayo based Udaras na Gaeltachta has been selected as a finalist of the 2015 Sustainable Energy Awards. Now in its 12th year, the awards encourage and reward excellence in energy management and are organised by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland and sponsored by Electric Ireland and Enprova.

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