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Top 10 Areas Most at Risk of Energy Poverty

19th August, 2015

Codema's recent report has identified the top 10 areas most at risk of energy poverty in the city, with sections of the inner city and parts of Cabra, Finglas and Ballyfermot highlighted as some of the areas worst affected.

Most Areas Suitable for District Heating

19th August, 2015

Codema's recent study has found that there is huge potential for the roll-out of district heating in the city, with over 75% of the areas analysed deemed suitable for this type of heating system. The Dublin City Spatial Energy Demand Analysis is the first time that such a detailed study has been carried out on the potential for district heating for the city, which involves the delivery of heat to numerous buildings across the city via a pipe network from large, highly-efficient renewable or sustainably-fuelled heat plants.

Tenants at Risk of Energy Poverty from Rental Accommodation in Dublin City

19th August, 2015

Energy poverty could increase among renters unless landlords are incentivised to make their properties more energy efficient, according to Codema's new report published today. The Dublin City Spatial Energy Demand Analysis highlighted how escalating rents, combined with a large number of properties in the city with poor energy ratings, has meant that more tenants are at risk of not being able to heat or power their homes to an adequate degree.

23rd July: Implementing Renewable Energy Alternatives

10th July, 2015

Module 5 of the SPECIAL training programme will take place on Thursday 23rd July 2015 at Grangegorman Campus

5Cube Launched as Ireland’s First Renewable Energy Installation

23rd June, 2015

Dublin City Council and Codema launched the 5Cube at Hanover Quay in Dublin’s Docklands on Friday, 19th June.

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