| SEAI Training Course – Energy Basics – 18th September 2019
Radisson Blu Hotel, Athlone
This course is targeted at a non-technical audience who want to learn the basics around energy usage.
It will give a high-level introduction to energy topics. Commonly used terms and technologies will be explained in plain English. The course will not focus on design or technical issues, but rather will provide a fundamental understanding of energy and energy efficiency issues. The aim is to provide attendees with the knowledge and confidence to start looking at their energy use and identifying ways of improving it.
Topics include brief introductions to the following:
Introduction to Energy
09:15 – Registration, Tea and Coffee
Please click below to sign up to Energy Link and register for the event:
To register visit energylink.seai.ie/event/view/306
Registration is from 9.15am with a 9.30am start.
The same course will also be run in Cork on the 20th of November 2019 (venue TBC)
Farmers wanting advice on the opportunities presented by newly launched Government funding through the Support Scheme for Renewable Heat (SSRH) and Targeted Agricultural Modernisation Schemes (TAMS) are invited to attend the Energy and Rural Business Show, taking place this October 23 and 24.
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) which operates the renewable heat scheme and is the keynote sponsor for the show, will be on hand to explain how it works. Ray Langton, SEAI programme manager, explains that the scheme is open to agricultural, commercial, industrial, district heating, public sector and other non-domestic heat users.
“This scheme is designed to replace fossil fuel heating systems with renewable heating systems including heat pumps, biomass and anaerobic digestion. SSRH offers installation grants for heat pumps and ongoing operational support for biomass or biogas,” he says. Continue reading “Energy and diversification event showcases how to maximise farm grant payments”
The Irish Farmers Association (IFA) free Farm Talk & BBQ event taking place on Wednesday 28th August from 1.45 – 5.30pm in Cuffesgrange, Co. Kilkenny. Opening talk by Minister Richard Bruton and Joe Healy, IFA President. 3cea are delighted to be involved and exhibit. Please confirm your attendance by contacting 014260343 or email@example.com
See here for further info and full agenda:
Energy Now Expo Ireland is boosting its offering by including a Rural Business Expo, to showcase expert farm diversification advice. The pioneering event for farmers and landowners has announced that it’s rebranding as ‘Energy and Rural Business Show Ireland’.
Run in association with the Irish Farming Association (IFA) and Teagasc, and taking place at the The Hub at Cillin Hill, Kilkenny on 23 and 24 October 2019, Energy and Rural Business Show Ireland is the one stop shop for the latest opportunities in renewable energy and carbon management as well as practical farm diversification advice. Continue reading “Leading renewable energy show returns with dedicated farm diversification advice”
On Saturday the 22nd of June 2019, the SEAI welcomed sustainable energy advocates from all parts of the country to Athlone Institute of Technology for its fourth annual National Sustainable Energy Community Event. This event celebrated community involvement in SEAI’s Sustainable Energy Community (SEC) program.
There are over 300 SEC network members in Ireland at the moment, each community at varying stages of the journey to becoming more sustainable and taking control of their energy use.
3CEA Senior Energy Engineer Alex Hamilton was delighted to attend the SEC event and join the conversation as we are now facing an enormous challenge in relation to climate change. In fact, the new climate action plan outlines plans for 1500 SECs. Leading energy transition is dependent on the commitment & passion at community level. Watch this space. Continue reading “SEAI Celebrates 300 Sustainable Communities with 4th Annual National Sustainable Energy Community Event in Athlone”
SEAI are holding their Electric Vehicles for Business Conference on the 25th of June at 09:30 – 15:30 in the Radisson Blue, Athlone.
About this Event
Is your organisation thinking about migrating to electric vehicles?
Do you want to reduce your business vehicle’s operational and service costs?
Are you ready to improve your businesses environmental performance?
Do you want to enhance your company’s clean brand image?
If so, come to SEAI’s Electric Vehicles for Business Conference.
This event, curated for businesses across public and private sectors, offers insights from Electric Vehicle (EV) experts on:
• vehicle conversion and charging,
• case studies from businesses who are making the transition to EV,
• information on SEAI supports for EVs in business,
• and an exhibition area where you can trial charging systems and test drive EVs.
Kilkenny’s Energy Town
Kilkenny LEADER Partnership offering up to €100,000 plus in supports for top Kilkenny Energy Town
The search is on for Kilkenny’s Energy Town, a sustainable energy hub which will reap up to €100,000 in supports as well as expert help from the region’s top energy agency.
Kilkenny LEADER Partnership (KLP) included a ‘Town of Energy’ audit and carbon reduction plan at the core of its 2014- 2020 LEADER Local Development Strategy. It has now teamed up with the not-for-profit energy experts for the region, 3 Counties Energy Agency (3CEA), to execute that plan. Continue reading “Kilkenny LEADER Partnership offering up to €100,000 plus in supports for top Kilkenny Energy Town”
If you are interested in completing any energy efficiency upgrades in your home, work place, sports club, school, church, etc. etc. then you might find the free information workshops we are holding over the next 2 weeks useful.
Come along to find out the benefits of completing works, what measures are most suitable for you and also how to avail of the grants to help pay for the works. Continue reading “Free information events on grant funding across the South-East and Midlands”
A free seminar sponsored by The European Commission Representation in Ireland.
If you want to hear the latest developments at European level
on renewable energy, energy efficiency, bioenergy and biobased
enterprises and to see what opportunities exist, then this event
is a must. Phil Hogan, Commissioner for Agriculture & Rural
Development, will deliver the keynote address and chair the
3CEA manager Paddy Phelan amongst the speakers on the day.
The Event is FREE of Charge.
However, pre-registration is necessary at: www.discoverypark.ie/booking