Seai Grants

17 Jul 19
Leitrim Warmer Homes

Insulation prevents heat loss through the walls by slowing down the passage of heat from the warm areas of your house to the cold outside. 35% of heat is lost through poorly insulated walls. You can insulate your house by installing cavity wall, internal wall or external wall insulation.    External wall insulation is becoming […]

19 Jun 19
Technology Blog

Electric cars are often considered as an environmental conscious alternative to conventional cars with internal combustion engines owing to deteriorating environmental quality and soaring fuel prices. These electric cars use electric motors powered by electrical energy stored in a battery for propulsion. These cars are available in a variety of models with varying ranges and […]

18 Jun 19
Leitrim Warmer Homes

We are looking forward to an unprecedented focus on energy efficiency in our homes. Understanding the positive impact of well insulated, energy efficient homes and businesses will become commonplace. But how do we measure how efficient our homes and premises are? Being proactive about energy saving measures now and improving the energy efficiency of your […]

05 Jul 19
Leitrim Warmer Homes

It’s no surprise that cavity wall insulation, in combination with attic insulation, is the most popular form of work done by homeowners to upgrade the energy efficiency of their homes. Here’s the 8 most important things you need to know about cavity wall insulation before you consider doing the work or employing a contractor. You […]

05 Jul 19
Leitrim Warmer Homes

It’s no surprise that cavity wall insulation, in combination with attic insulation, is the most popular form of work done by homeowners to upgrade the energy efficiency of their homes. Here’s the 8 most important things you need to know about cavity wall insulation before you consider doing the work or employing a contractor. You […]

17 Jun 19
Leitrim Warmer Homes

What is the Better Energy Warmer Homes Scheme? The Better Energy Warmer Homes Scheme is a nationwide scheme available to homeowners who are in receipt of certain social welfare benefits. The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), through a registered contractor like Leitrim Warmer Homes, will provide FREE energy efficiency upgrades to your home. The […]

05 Jul 19
Leitrim Warmer Homes

Home insulation grants from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) are not actually called “cosy grants” – but they could be! The SEAI will provide grant funding for home owners (including landlords) to upgrade the insulation in their pre-2006 built homes.

05 Jul 19
Leitrim Warmer Homes

Home insulation grants from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) are not actually called “cosy grants” – but they could be! The SEAI will provide grant funding for home owners (including landlords) to upgrade the insulation in their pre-2006 built homes.

02 Jun 19
Survey and Design

Ireland is not on track to meet its 2020 renewable energy targets; Irelands performance ranked 26th in EU28 for progress towards 2020 renewable energy targets in 2016
Irelands performance ranked 22nd in EU28 for overall renewable energy share in 2016

29 May 19
Research Reports

Electric cars are often considered as an environmental conscious alternative to conventional cars with internal combustion engines owing to deteriorating environmental quality and soaring fuel prices. These electric cars use electric motors powered by electrical energy stored in a battery for propulsion. These cars are available in a variety of models with varying ranges and […]

14 May 19
Political ecologies of Ireland

Evan Carey Ireland has committed to a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2030. Can this sustainability transition be realised in ten years given the barriers that currently stand in the way of this goal? The proposed ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles from 2030 in […]

02 Apr 19
IrishCycle.com

The Oireachtas climate report is seeking a timetable for the installation of dedicated cycling infrastructure, where lanes are kerb segregated where possible. The Report on Addressing Climate Change in Ireland by the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action was published last week. It said that the Department of Transport with local authorities, should “commence the […]

29 Mar 19
TheCork.ie

29 March 2019 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie The transition to Electric vehicles (EVs) is being made easier thanks to a range of Government supports, a Fine Gael Senator has said. Cork Senator Tim Lombard said, “For a country of our size, we have one of the more comprehensive charge point networks currently in place across […]

22 Mar 19
Daily updates

The EU says it will grant the UK an extension on Brexit, but the length of that delay will depend on whether MPs agree to Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement. If the Prime Minister is able to get approval for the existing deal — which has been rejected twice previously — the bloc will agree to […]