Codema, Dublin’s Energy Agency, has developed a short guide on the key principles and benefits of Energy Performance Contracting in Public Buildings.
Archives for October 2015
With the most important COP in decades coming up in December, the Irish Green Building Council is working hard to make the inaugural “Buildings Day” at COP really count in the fight against climate change. Buildings account for 32% of global final energy use – 19% of all greenhouse gas emissions. As a key stakeholder […]
Builders in Cork and Dublin are the first of 200 builders to start on the Foundation Energy Skills (FES) training course. The course, designed for Building Construction Workers, launched successfully last month in Dublin and Cork, with courses in other parts of Ireland starting soon. This is a three-day course, delivered as full-day training over […]
The Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) recently launched a report on “Energy Efficiency of Rental Accommodation in Ireland”. Carried out by McDowell Purcell Solicitors through the Public Interest Law Alliance (PILA), the study examined the legislation relevant to minimum rental standards; building regulations; EU Legislation and Current government policy. It also includes a […]
On Friday 25th September 2015, Saint-Gobain organised a “Get Practical About Passive” Event as part of the World Green Building Week 2015 – #PoweringPositiveChange. A copy of the presentations delivered on that day are now available here.