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Galway businesses can cut energy costs with online SEAI Energy Academy teaching efficient energy management
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has launched a free online training resource to help businesses reduce their energy costs. The SEAI Energy Academy can help to lower energy bills by as much as 10%, potentially even more, by educating businesses and employees on changing energy use behaviours and effective energy management.
After a large increase of European registrations experienced in December 2019, volumes for January have decreased, marking another month of transition for the complex new car market.
The fuel allowance, which was due to end on April 10, has now been extended to May 8 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
There is no need to panic when it comes to ordering home heating oil, that is according to the CEO of Corrib Oil Company, Eugene Dalton.
There is a constant push towards more energy efficiency nowadays, and more homeowners are making it a priority. And to meet energy efficiency standards, heating and ventilation have to be part of the equation.
An Irish company recently circulated these questions to recruiters within their organisation. When it comes to questions, we can’t really anticipate what a panel may throw at you, but this list should get you thinking.
The costs associated with owning and operating a home increase every year. More and more people are searching for ways to reduce their monthly outgoings and make savings that they can put toward their future, or use to increase their disposable income.
Combining a sleek design and useful features, the Bosch heat pump tumble dryer will make a great addition to your home.
Unfortunately, it is coming into the time of year where we must start thinking seriously about keeping our home warm for the winter. There is nothing worse than sitting in the cold and it is important we use the most economical fuel available to keep heating costs down over the cold period. The reality is that Ireland, unfortunately, gets cold in the winter and fuel is big business.
Irish Water investment in Luimnagh WTP lighting to reduce carbon emissions by 84 tonnes per year, equivalent of taking 44 cars off our roads