Codema is widely networked at local, national and EU level. At a local level, we act as the energy adviser to the Dublin Local Authorities. Nationally, Codema works with stakeholders such as the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment and the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland. We are also a member of the Association of Irish Energy Agencies which is an all-island body supporting the development and implementation of energy policy and best practice. At an EU level, we work with government bodies, universities and research centres as well as private businesses, on projects such as HeatNetNWE, TOMORROW and REDAP.
Dublin City Council
Dublin City Council is the largest Local Authority and is committed to developing energy action plans and to implement effective reduction and adaptation measures to fight climate change.
Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown County Council
Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown County Council is committed to future-proofing the area’s energy by promoting renewables and lowering CO2 emissions and energy consumption across DLR.
Fingal County Council
Fingal County Council has been encouraging more sustainable development through energy use efficiency, and increasing the use of renewable energy, in all new building projects in its area.
South Dublin County Council
South Dublin County Council is currently progressing a range of evidence based energy and sustainability related projects, with the aim of ultimately informing the preparation of future plans.