The Irish Green Building Council is seeking a highly motivated individual to join us, to help us mainstream Green Building in Ireland. Closing date 30.04.2015 Salary range – €40,000 – €45,000 comensurate with skills and experience. We seek a senior staff member who can help us grow the IGBC, complementing our existing technical knowledge skills […]
Green Building Councils across Europe are today launching an ambitious €2.35 million project to support governments in designing and implementing the national renovation strategies many have so far struggled to deliver in accordance with EU law.
Minister for Energy, Alex White T.D., today announced a boost in the level of grants available to householders who want to undertake energy efficiency improvements. The cash value of every grant available to householders under the Better Energy Homes Scheme has been increased by between 25-50%
The European Commission has recently published proposed EU Green Public Procurement criteria for office buildings for consultation.
Welcome to the Irish Green Building Council’s new website. This provides not only a better insight into what we do, but should act as a portal on Green Building in Ireland, clarifying and connecting key policy papers, guidance documents on every aspect of green building. It was a good time to reflect on how far we […]
This report sets out the impact of the Germans KfW program of investment in energy efficency and the favorable impacts on Public budgets KfW Jurlich STE_Research_Report 2012
This video sets outlines the purpose of the European Network and the World Green Building Council
The European network of World Green Building Council led a workshop yesterday in Dublin to input into new EU policy to develop a framework for Sustainable assessment of Buildings.
IGBC is a consortium partner of the Intelligent Energy Europe funded project QualiBuild.
Dublin’s ancient city wall provided the backdrop yesterday to a conference’Better than Best Practice’ on the urgent need to upskill Irish Construction Workers.