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Recession had Major Impact in Reducing Dublin City’s Energy Consumption

Recession had Major Impact in Reducing Dublin City’s Energy Consumption

Codema's Monitoring and Progress Report 2014 shows that the recession had a significant impact in reducing energy consumption in Dublin city.

Codema - Dublin's Energy Agency

Codema - Dublin's Energy Agency

We are committed to working with Dublin’s Local Authorities on improving the energy efficiency of public buildings.

Renewable Energy Map of Dublin

Renewable Energy Map of Dublin

Codema commissioned Tom Bruton of BioXL to identify renewable energy installations incl. biomass heating, solar energy for hot water, heat pumps, PV panels and wind turbines in Dublin.

About Us

We aim to improve energy efficiencies and promote the use of sustainable energy in Dublin’s buildings, thus helping the Dublin Local Authorities to achieve their 20-20-20 targets.

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Our Team

Codema has a staff of 10 people, who work in the areas of Energy Engineering, Project Management, Office Administration, Communications, and Marketing.

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Our Projects

We are involved in a number of public and private projects, at both an Irish and European level. These cover the areas of EPC, Sustainable Renovation, Electromobility, and others.

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Latest News

16th September 2014

Recession had Major Impact in Reducing Dublin City’s Energy Consumption The recession had a significant impact in reducing energy consumption in Dublin city, according to figures released today by Codema. New data calculated for the Dublin City Sustainable Energy Action Plan showed that the city’s energy consumption fell by approximately 36 per cent in the five-year period from 2006 – 2011, with the recession cited as a major factor for this reduction.

02nd April 2014

The European Energy Service Awards (EESA) are now open for application! As part of the „European Energy Service Initiative 2020“(EESI 2020), Codema is delighted to announce that application to the European Energy Service Awards (EESA) are now open. The Awards recognise that efficient use of energy is an important prerequisite for the success of the energy revolution and to achieve the climate protection targets in Europe. EESA therefore recognises companies that are frontrunners in providing, promoting and implementing high quality energy services to make energy efficiency a success story. The Awards are running for the 7th time and are co-ordinated by EESI2020 lead partner Berliner Energieagentur.

Publications

16th September 2014

The work for the first Monitoring and Progress Report follows on from the Dublin City Sustainable Energy Action Plan 2010-2020.