SEAI (Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland)

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The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has published its Energy- Related CO₂ Emissions in Ireland report. The report shows that energy-related CO₂ emissions declined slightly in 2018, even as energy use increased. This was due to changes in the mix of fuels used, particularly for electricity generation, where more renewable energy and less coal was used. However, the overall reduction was not enough to keep Ireland on track to meet long term decarbonisation goals.  
Post date: 17 Mar 2020
Type: Publication

19th February 2014. The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has issued a call for communities to apply for the €13.5 million available for energy efficiency upgrades and improvements particularly to energy poor homes.  Funding is available this year for the two community programmes which include:    €8.5 million for Better Energy Communities which will provide funding for pioneering partnerships to achieve energy efficiency through building retrofits within Irish communities.
Post date: 6 Mar 2014
Type: News

The analysis in this Roadmap uses in-depth modelling of the Irish residential stock based on SEAI data built up over many years.
Post date: 11 Lug 2013
Type: Publication

ODYSSEE MURE is a project coordinated by ADEME and supported under the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Commission. This project gathers representatives such as energy Agencies from the 27 EU Member States plus Norway and Croatia and it aims at monitoring energy efficiency trends and policy measures in Europe. For more information, please click here.
Post date: 7 Giu 2013
Type: Publication

Post date: 7 Mag 2012
Type: Publication