The level of solar irradiation in Ireland is good and is comparable with most northern European countries. These countries – the UK, Netherlands, Belgium and Denmark – have all invested heavily in solar PV over the last number of years and the solar industry is an important economic resource in all of these countries.
Major funding shortfall threatened other SEAI grant schemes. The department plugged €20m shortfall in three other schemes over ‘unprecedented demand’.
Climate action is a central objective for Government, putting Ireland on a sustainable pathway to achieving our longer term vision for decarbonisation. The goal is to establish Ireland as a leader in this area. This will improve the quality of life for citizens and ultimately leave the world in a better condition for our children […]
Fantastic News for Homeowner’s Seeking Solar Installations in Ireland In a move that will be very welcome to the Irish public, twenty credit unions across the country will soon be…
Before this summer, stories about the Irish homeowner relying on solar power to heat and light their home sounded like the beginning of a bad joke, but perhaps not […]
TAMS II, is an initiative co-funded by the EU and national exchequer under the Rural Development Programme (2014-2020) which is set to allocate over €395 throughout its six-year duration. The funds are available for the improvement or build of farm buildings […]
Homeowners can now avail of a grant to support the installation of Solar PV panels and battery energy storage systems […]
Ireland, like many developed countries, is facing a huge challenge: how to balance its growing demand for power with the need to reduce emissions in the face of climate change […]
The Government has pledged to generate 70% of the country’s electricity supply from renewable sources by 2030 […]
Spurred on by the crisis that is being caused by climate change, the world’s global energy market is undergoing unprecedented upheaval. And the pace will only get quicker. Because it must […]