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SERVE Energy Week & Final Conference 2012: Sustainable Energy Communities - Pathways to 2020

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The SERVE Project is funded under the EU CONCERTO Programme. The project has triggered an investment of €8.5m in sustainable energy actions in North Tipperary. 400 buildings have been upgraded, 500 individual renewable energy heating systems installed, 50 Eco Buildings constructed, two district heating systems installed and 2MW of biomass heating systems installed. Detailed analysis of energy performance, investment and cost benefit has been completed as well as providing training to over 200 people. The project is hosting an Energy Week from the 1st to 5th October 2012. More details at www.servecommunity.ie

The last day of the week (5th October) will be the Final SERVE Conference. This conference will present examples of Community and Regional Action on Sustainable energy and discuss the opportunities that exist for local action in the sustainable energy area. Four seminars will allow participants time to focus in more detail on the themes of training, finance, retrofitting and behaviour change. The final session will showcase the impact of SERVE and what lies ahead in terms of energy policy.

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The SERVE Project is funded under the EU CONCERTO Programme. The project has triggered an investment of €8.5m in sustainable energy actions in North Tipperary.  400 buildings have been upgraded, 500 individual renewable energy heating systems installed, 50 Eco Buildings constructed, two district heating systems installed and 2MW of biomass heating systems installed.  Detailed analysis of energy performance, investment and cost benefit has been completed as well as providing training to over 200 people. The project is hosting an Energy Week from the 1st to 5th October 2012.  More details at www.servecommunity.ie

The last day of the week (5th October) will be the Final SERVE Conference.  This conference will present examples of Community and Regional Action on Sustainable energy and discuss the opportunities that exist for local action in the sustainable energy area.  Four seminars will allow participants time to focus in more detail on the themes of training, finance, retrofitting and behaviour change.  The final session will showcase the impact of SERVE and what lies ahead in terms of energy policy.

Organiser:
Limerick Institute of Technology
Contact Name:
Yvonne Doyle
Contact Email: Contact Phone:
+35350428266
Source Language:
English