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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.
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.
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.
Three Athlone schools will benefit from a seven million euro fund targeting energy use reduction by 33 percent, test retrofit solutions and improve efficiency.
When the world was made and the Sun was switched on. It has never switched off, and will continue providing energy until the end of time. With the advent of the solar panel we can now accept this free energy and use it as electricity in our homes and businesses. Comet Renewable Energy will do this for you.
TG Blinds, Awnings and Shutters celebrated 10 years in business last year, and this year the company has extended its product range to cater for the outdoors.
Galway-based building and design firm Stewarts have won the Best Civil Engineering Project at the LAMA awards ceremony for their design and con struction of Tipperary offices and Civic Plaza project.
The Environmental Protection Agency has recently launched a one-stop shop for businesses in Westmeath to help them save money while preventing waste, conserving water, and reducing their energy costs. The EPA developed these resources for the many businesses in Westmeath facing increasing energy costs and waste and water charges that are looking to reduce their overheads by adopting smarter, greener ways of doing business.
NUI Galway has announced its Energy Management System (EnMS) will be certified to International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) 50001. The certification, which will be completed in September 2012, will cover the university campus in Galway, including more than 110,000sqm of facilities, including teaching, leisure and sports, conference, laboratory, and cutting-edge research facilities.
Galway-based company, Passive House Builders, has been nominated for the prestigious ‘Green Residential Award’ at the National Green Awards 2012 being held tonight in Dublin.