Friday, 15th October: The Irish Green Building Council’s annual energy renovation conference highlighted the need for further immediate action to reach our 2030’s energy renovation targets. An international study developed by E3G for the Renovate Europe Campaign analysing the share of funds in the National Recovery and Resilience Plans (NRRPs) dedicated to energy renovation of […]
The BUILD UPON2 Framework is a tool that gives local authorities a strategy to monitor the impact of their energy renovation initiatives and the diverse benefits that they can bring. In doing so it is creating a more convincing business case for local renovation policy. Through the project workshops with stakeholders, it is also addressing […]
The Irish Green Building Council (IGBC) which represents over 170 major construction and property related businesses urge the Government to use the stimulus plan to tackle simultaneously two of the most imminent challenges facing Ireland, climate change and the economic crisis. According to the IGBC, this can only be achieved through a strong focus on […]
The Irish Green Building Council, in conjunction with Limerick Institute of Technology, have launched today a new app to facilitate energy renovation upskilling.
The BUILD UP Skills Advisor app allows building professionals and construction workers to identify energy renovation training courses that suit their needs in one click.
“Building renovation in the Clean Energy Package: implications at local, national and EU levels” report is now available on our website here. The aim of this briefing is to analyse some of the most important changes brought by legislation of the Clean energy package that will influence building renovation policy in the coming decades. The Clean […]
On Tuesday, 12th Feb, Ireland’s National Renovation Upskilling Committee (Reno-NUC) was officially launched by Minister Damien English T.D. The objective of the committee is to encourage and facilitate construction workers and building professionals upskilling in energy renovation.
Energy Performance of Buildings Directive 2018 Recast adopted
The Irish Green Building Council launched today (27.04) a final set of recommendations for a user-friendly holistic energy efficiency accreditation for building professionals.
The Irish Green Building Council has announced today (29.01) a four weeks comment period on its initial set of recommendations for energy renovation upskilling of building professionals. Commenting on the launch of this consultation period, Pat Barry, CEO, IGBC said: “The Irish Green Building Council is delighted to work with Ireland’s main construction institutes on […]