Would you like to save energy and money?

Energy is essential to the comfort of our homes to provide heat and electricity. We also use energy to run our cars and for personal transport. However, there are lots of ways we can use energy more efficiently while still meeting our energy needs. This following link offers tips and advice to save you money on your energy bills, increase the comfort of your home and help to reduce climate change in the process!

If each of us becomes aware of our own power when it comes to energy efficiency, and use it properly, we can collectively make a big difference. To ourselves, to our pockets, and to the environment. By taking individual responsibility and changing our behaviour in small ways every day, we’ll help save energy while we save money too. All we have to do is recognise our power, and use it. That’s what the Power of One is all about.

Learn More energy Savings Tips from Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland


Did you know Grants are available?

There are currently three grant programmes available to homeowners:

The Home Energy Saving (HES) scheme provides grants to homeowners who invest in energy efficiency improvements in one or more of the following areas: Roof Insulation, Wall Insulation, Installation of a High Efficiency (> 90%) Gas or Oil fired Boiler, Heating Control Upgrades.

The Greener Homes Scheme (GHS) provides grant assistance to owners of existing homes who invest in renewable energy based heating systems under the categories of Solar Panels, Heat Pumps, Wood Chip/Pellet Boilers and Stoves or Wood Gasification Boilers.

The Warmer Homes Scheme (WHS) aims to improve the energy efficiency and comfort conditions of homes occupied by vulnerable households in receipt of the National Fuel Allowance Scheme through the installation of draught proofing, attic insulation, lagging jackets, low energy light bulbs and cavity wall insulation where appropriate.

Please click here for more information on each of these schemes.