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Green party candidate Fergus McAllister has welcomed the news that the Home Energy Saving Scheme is now open for business, not just for home owners but for qualified contractors in the west.
With almost half the grants for insulation used, the Energy Minister Eamon Ryan has urged householders in Kilkenny to avail of the Government’s Home Energy Saving Scheme.
Fianna Fáil is determined to lead a green revolution in Galway by making the city into a a sustainable energy zone and Ireland’s leading centre of energy efficiency, alternative energy research and development.
Pairc an Romhanaigh is an exclusive development of 12 high specification energy efficient homes nestling on a beautifully landscaped 6.2 acre site bordered by the River Raford in Kiltullagh village, approximately 15 miles from Galway city.
Glynn’s Homevalue Energy Centre is an all-encompassing centre featuring a well-researched product range that includes solar panels, solar tubes, air to water pumps, heat recovery ventilation systems, wood pellet boilers, and insulation. It is the first of its kind in the west of Ireland and offers expert advice on all aspects of heating and insulation with a particular emphasis on energy saving. All buildings, whether new or second-hand, require a building energy rating if they are being sold or rented, as from January this year energy efficiency and renewable energy is no longer the domain of a person with an eco passion, it is now the law.
Following the huge success of their Energy Scrappage Scheme offer earlier this year, Senator Windows are pleased to announce the re-introduction of the scheme this week. “We had a huge increase in enquiries regarding our energy saving products when we launched the scheme in the spring,” says Geraldine Sullivan, marketing manager of Senator Windows.