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.
Continue reading “Find out how your company can move to using Electric Vehicles at this one day event!”
Better Energy Communities (BEC) Programme
Funding Source: SEAI
- Cross-sector projects for increasing the energy performance of buildings, community facilities and transport systems
- Residential housing upgrades to stock built prior to 2006
- Private sector non-residential building works
- Commercial organizations
- Voluntary organizations
- Community-based organizations
- Public sector non-residential works
- A maximum grant funding of up to €1,000,000 is available for any one project
- The recommended minimum grant application value will be €30,000
- Up to 50% funding to community facilities – community halls, resource centres, schools, sports clubs etc.
- Up to 30% funding for private sector – SME’s, large commercial buildings, private nursing homes and hotels
- Amount of funding received is dependent on the project’s BEC evaluation
- Projects greater than €250,000 must be approved by the board of SEAI
- Projects under €250,000 may be issued contracts subject to approval but prior to the announcement of the evaluation BEC results
- Maximum funding levels for each component of project:
Continue reading “Grants Master List”
3CEA invite you to take a survey on Urban Energy Demand Supplied by Rural Low Carbon Energy Supplies.
This survey is targeted at large industry networks & large energy users.
3CEA are currently involved with Interreg North West Europe Renewable Energy Regions project in partnership with 9 other partners (7 NWE countries) including our local partners Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) and Ormonde Upgrading Limited (OUL).]
Every fully completed survey will be in with a chance to win a €250 One4All Voucher. Continue reading “Win a €250 One4All Voucher: take our survey! Urban Energy Demand Supplied by Rural Low Carbon Energy Supplies Survey – Transition to Biogas”
Applications open today Support Scheme for Renewable Heat (SSRH)
The second phase of the Support Scheme for Renewable Heat (SSRH), which will provide operational support for biomass boilers and anaerobic digestion heating systems has now opened.
This round of the Scheme will support businesses and farms for up to 15 years for the installation and on-going use of biomass and anaerobic digestion heating systems. The Scheme is designed to support up to 1,300 GWh of renewable heat per year (equivalent to the heating needs of circa 120,000 homes).
3cea welcome the recent announcement for the Support Scheme for Renewable Heat (SSRH). Reference: https://www.dccae.gov.ie/en-ie/news-and-media/press-releases/Pages/Minister-Bruton-Announces-Support-for-Renewable-Heat.aspx
Making the announcement Minister Bruton said: “If we are to cut greenhouse gases, we must replace fossil fuels by renewable sources. This scheme is designed to replace fossil fuel heating systems by heat pumps and by heat from biomass or anaerobic digestion. These are sustainable and renewable sources.” Continue reading “Support Scheme for Renewable Heat (SSRH) phase 2 opened by Minister Richard Bruton”
3 Counties Energy Agency are currently preparing a new 5 year Strategy and would welcome your views on the things that we should do to help you, your community or your business to tackle the challenge of Climate Change.
We currently deliver:
- Energy use audits for your home or business.
- Project management services for energy-related projects.
- Access to major EU and State energy-related funding.
- Retrofit projects to improve public housing energy performance.
- Technical expertise in upgrading public lighting installations and reducing energy consumption.
- Innovative financing models to facilitate energy upgrades.
We would like to hear your feedback.
Create your own user feedback survey
If you would like to send a written submission for our next Strategic Plan, or if you would like to talk to someone about our services, we can be contacted at:
3 Counties Energy Agency
Kilkenny Research and Innovation Centre
St Kieran’s College
Telephone: +353 (0)56 7790856
The South-East Regional Enterprise Plan builds on the success of the South-East Regional Action Plan for Jobs (2015–2017) to ensure that it remains effective and that it continues to deliver jobs across the South-East region and can be robust to address the challenges we face, including Brexit.
New Plan is one of nine Regional Enterprise Plans being launched by Minister Humphreys to drive enterprise growth in the regions.
Continue reading “New Regional Enterprise Plan for the South-East – 3CEA supporting the counties of Carlow, Kilkenny and Wexford towards the low carbon economy”
In the picture from left: Sean Finan – CEO of IRBEA; Hildegarde Naughton TD – Chair of the JOCCAE; Paddy Phelan – CEO 3CEA; Pat Smith – Former CEO of the IFA
The committee of Committee on Communications, Climate Action and Environment shadows the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment and considers general policy matters relating to the functions of the Department.
3CEA are working hard in partnership with key stakeholders to reduce the negative effects of climate change and to avail of positive impacts. Continue reading “Climate change impacts are projected to increase in the coming decades – 3CEA working with strategic partners to reduce the negative effects”
Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton TD announced funding for energy efficient dairy farm equipment on Monday, February 18th 2019.
Grant funding of up to €500,000 is now available for high-efficiency milk pumps, saving the average farmer €1,440 in energy bills and 1.6t in reduced carbon emissions annually. Continue reading “SEAI Grant funding up to €500,000 announced for Dairy Farm milk pumps”
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”