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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.

Renewable energy chiefs head west today for milestone conference

Some of the biggest players in the renewable energy industry will be in the city today (Thursday) for a major conference on the importance of the industry to the region throughout this century.

Renewable energy chiefs head west today for milestone conference

Some of the biggest players in the renewable energy industry will be in the city today (Thursday) for a major conference on the importance of the industry to the region throughout this century.

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.

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.

City councillors vote down proposal to reduce Property Tax

The local property tax is set to rise in 2019 to reflect the increases in house prices in Galway over the past four years - meaning Galwegians are likely to be hit with substantially higher rates in the coming years, Sinn Féin has warned.

City councillors vote down proposal to reduce Property Tax

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The local property tax is set to rise in 2019 to reflect the increases in house prices in Galway over the past four years - meaning Galwegians are likely to be hit with substantially higher rates in the coming years, Sinn Féin has warned.

Public meeting on climate change and the world economy

As Galway braces itself for another winter, a public meeting on climate change and its direct links to how the world economy functions, will be held on Monday November 21 at 8pm in Richardson’s, Eyre Square.

Kenny welcomes boost in energy efficiency grants

An Taoiseach Enda Kenny has welcomed a boost in the level of grants available to householders who want to undertake energy efficiency improvements. The cash value of every grant available to householders under the Better Energy Homes Scheme has been increased, by between 25 per cent to 50 per cent. In addition, a bonus payment has been introduced which will see householders receive bonus payments if they complete three or more energy efficiency improvements.

SVP says energy efficient homes bring real savings but inadequate income is main cause of fuel poverty

Research on the income and accommodation of a sample group of household types supported by the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) has found that while inadequate income is the main cause of energy poverty making homes more energy efficient brings real benefits.

 

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