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Research conducted by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) reveals that two in five adults living in Connacht would consider buying an electric vehicle (EV). The research, which surveyed 1,000 people, found that the lower running costs of driving an EV was the primary reason for considering to purchase (41%), second only to helping the environment (51%).
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One thousand electric cars have been registered so far this year compared to 972 for all of 2017, according to the Minister for the Diaspora and International Development, Ciaran Cannon
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is now accepting applications from organisations planning an investment in a new design project or major energy upgrade.
A Government funded electric vehicle public awareness campaign has been launched by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland.
Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Naughten will open a public information evening this month regarding the Government’s grant scheme for deep energy efficiency home improvements.
With the clocks going back this weekend, heralding darker and colder days, the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland is urging home owners to get winter ready.
Burgess Department Store has embarked on an extensive refurbishment programme that will see all 707 light fittings in the store replaced with new energy efficient light fittings, bulbs and controls.
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is urging homeowners to avail of their entitlement to the grants which cover about 30 per cent of the average cost of the upgrade works, making their homes warmer and more energy efficient.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has welcomed investment of €3.48 million for three Mayo projects as part of Better Energy Communities funding allocations. The funding will ensure local homes, community and commercial facilities will become more energy efficient thanks to government funding. The projects include a wide range of upgrades to fabric (insulation), heating systems, lighting and solar heating. At least three categories of local projects here in Mayo will receive direct funding of €1,794,928 from the Better Energy Communities (BEC) scheme administered by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland.