To help combat climate change, Ireland has committed to a low carbon transition. For business this will create challenges and opportunities. Critically, all businesses will need to rethink how they use energy. It will require significant investment in building/plant efficiency, new technologies, alternative fuels, and energy performance management systems. This will not be easy or cheap. Government support is key to helping businesses make the transition.
This November and December, as part of Ibec’s Better Lives, Better Business campaign, Ibec will run a series of webinars showcasing the supports and incentives on offer to businesses that want to reduce energy costs, switch to renewables, and improve their carbon footprint. The webinars are being run in partnership with the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI).
The Support Scheme for Renewable Heat (SSRH) gives financial support to businesses that switch over to a renewable heat technology. It provides a capital grant (up to 30%) for heat pumps and an operational support for biomass/AD- biogas boilers. The scheme can be access in conjunction with other SEAI supports like EXEED.
This is the first webinar in a series of five that are being run in collaboration with Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI)
It is advised to use Google Chrome to register and view this webinar
Please note that registration closes 1 hour before the webinar starts.
Conor Minogue, Senior Executive-Infrastructure, Energy and Environment, Ibec
Ray Langton, SSRH Program Manager, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
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