Search Results for 'Energy efficiency'

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Reduce your use of energy to help save money and benefit the environment

By reducing our energy use, we can save money and limit our reliance on expensive, imported fossil fuels.

Great news for homeowners with highest ever insulation grants available now

With the Government announcing the new National Retrofitting Scheme in early February, homeowners can now avail of the highest ever grant for home insulation. Galway company West Coast Insulation has been dealing with these grants for many years and can help homeowners apply for the grants. The company will take the grant amount directly off the price, so homeowners do not need to wait for the grant to come through afterwards.

Ensure you reduce regular energy consumption and save water usage

Did you know an average nine minute shower uses about 100 litres of water, and to offset the carbon footprint created by a year of showering alone, around 40 trees must be planted?

Reduce yiour energy costs with Dalgan Ultratherm energy-efficient windows

Dalgan Windows is a family run business manufacturing and installing windows and doors to an international quality standard.

Galway homes and businesses to benefit from €7.8 million in energy efficiency funding

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Galway homes, businesses, farms, and community organisations could be set to benefit from €7.8 million in funding for energy efficiency projects.

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.

New Transit offers better fuel efficiency, payload and connectivity

Ford tells us it is introducing its most intelligent, fuel-efficient, capable and productive two-tonne Transit van, developed to help businesses thrive in a modern operating environment.

Cutting the retrofit programme makes a mockery of Government climate commitments — Green Party

The Green Party has called on Government to make funding available to the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) so that it can continue to fund energy upgrades of existing buildings. The call comes in response to SEAI informing applicants that it is suspending the scheme as well as consideration of applications for funding previously received.


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