Codema awards ‘Best Energy-Smart Initiatives’ to Cox’s Demesne Regeneration Project
27th January, 2014
Codema announced Cox's Demesne Regeneration Project to be the first ever winner of the ‘Best Energy-Smart Initiative by a Local Authority’ category at the LAMA Community & Council Awards 2014 on Saturday, 25 January. The project will now proceed to the prestigious European Finale of the Ace Awards in the Netherlands in autumn 2014.
Codema teams up with LAMA Awards
09th January, 2014
Dublin’s Energy Agency, Codema, is sponsoring the first ever category for “Best Energy-Smart Initiative by a Local Authority” at the LAMA Community & Council Awards 2014, which are taking place on Saturday, 25th January 2014 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dublin. The awards are part of the local implementation of the Ace for Energy Awards.
Get your kids involved in saving energy
12th November, 2013
Codema and Dublin City Council have teamed up to launch a Christmas Colouring Competition as part of Think Energy to encourage Council staff to involve their children in saving energy and saving money this Christmas.
Energy Performance Contracting Seminar held in Dublin
07th November, 2013
Codema held an Energy Performance Contracts Information Seminar for local authorities on Thursday 7 November in the Dublin Docklands as part of the European Energy Services Initiative (EESI) 2020 project. The participants included local authority officials, members of Sustainable Energy Agency Ireland (SEAI), Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) and representatives from each of the international partners on the EESI 2020 project.
Scary Halloween Posters and Haunting Climate Change Facts
23rd October, 2013
Just in time for Halloween, the Think Energy campaign uses well-known Halloween Film Posters and adds an energy-saving pun to encourage staff to switch off the lights when leaving the office. The spooky posters went up in Civic Offices on Monday, 21st October as part of Codema’s energy awareness campaign which aims to inform and inspire Dublin City Council staff to become more energy efficient at work as well as at home.