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Pfizer’s Loughbeg site in Ireland has become the first Pfizer pharmaceutical plant worldwide to achieve the ISO 50001 standard — and it was achieved with the help of software from a Galway company.
The Irish Georgian Society (www.igs.ie) and conservation officers from Galway and Clare county councils are partnering to deliver a seminar on energy efficiency in historic houses. This half-day seminar will be held from 1pm today (Thursday) at the Loughnane and Quinn Memorial Hall, Labane, on the Galway to Gort road.
Building Science Technologies is a Galway company which offers building energy management consultancy and diagnostic services to both domestic and commercial buildings. The range of services includes building energy ratings, energy audits, building air leakage testing, thermal imaging surveys, and site suitability tests.
Does your property need a building energy rating? All properties for sale or lease are required by law to have a BER carried out -this is an indication of the energy performance of your property. At Platinum Energy their mission is to provide an accurate BER for your property along with a detailed report on how to minimise your energy costs and maximise the value of your property.
Westmeath County Council has officially launched a Design Awards Scheme for Rural Housing which will recognise and publicise exemplars of good building design based upon sustainable principles within the county.
The Government has been lashed over its handling of the Home Energy Saving Scheme. The broadside has come for the Fine Gael spokesperson on Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, Deputy Michael Ring, who said details of the scheme should not have been announced until it was ready to be implemented. The green light for the scheme was given at the beginning of February but householders cannot apply until later this month.