The ReDirect Ireland project would like to invite you to our online meeting this Thursday 21st June from 11 – 12. This is an opportunity to hear the details of a ReDirect Partner approach. In Wales a community trust called ‘Cwm Harry’ are taking existing residual biomass, putting it through the ‘IFBB’ process, followed by a pyrolysis, with the intent of producing biochar or activated carbon products and by-products for sale in the economy. They are in the process of getting the site operational.
Why apply for SEAI Lighting Support Scheme?
- Are you an SME, employing less than 250 people?
- Want to upgrade to energy efficient lighting or Switching to LED lighting?
Lighting Support Scheme is a government-backed Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) initiative designed for small and medium-sized enterprises to reduce their business maintenance & running costs by implementing lighting upgrades.
HOME owners across Ireland with houses built in the 60s or 70s, or who are struggling to heat inefficient, more modern homes over 12 years old with poor BER rating, are being urged to group together and apply for a new retrofit scheme which offers between 50% and 95% of grant aid. Continue reading “3CEA urges home owners to apply now for up to 50% grant aid under Deep Retrofit programme”
Details here of two upcoming training events for SMEs innovating in the bioeconomy – available from BioBase4SME.
- The first, on 14th March 2018, in Brussels, is on Communicating Sustainability.
- The second, the Innovation BioCamp 2018, takes place from 3rd June to Friday 8th June 2018, with the closing date for applications being Friday 13th April 2018.
Clearpower Information Day – March 14th 2018
Mount Wolseley Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort, R93 C9H0 Tullow
Tune in on RTE player and find out what a difference energy efficiency upgrades have made to local communities and the people in the South-East.
With 15 years of energy agency experience and an expanded geographical setting we felt it was time for a new look and new name. Carlow Kilkenny Energy Agency is to become 3CEA – Three Counties Energy Agency to reflect our ‘3 Counties’ footprint of Carlow, Kilkenny and Wexford.
Paddy Phelan, manager since 2012, explains
Ireland’s Government policy has set a target for 10% of all vehicles on our roads to be powered by electricity by 2020, this will represent approximately 230,000 vehicles. The plan includes: