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Upcoming events

EVENT 1: THURSDAY 17TH SEPTEMBER, 7:00PM-8:30PM

FREE WEBINAR -  MAYNOOTH SUSTAINABLE ENERGY COMMUNITY: ENERGY MASTERPLAN KICK-OFF MEETING

You are invited to attend a webinar hosted by Maynooth Sustainable Energy Communities (SEC) on Thursday September 17th at 7:00pm.

REGISTER BY CLICKING HERE.

Maynooth Sustainable Energy Community was established in late 2018 to help support the transition to a low carbon society. As part of their work they are undertaking an Energy Masterplan for the town with the support of energy consultancy, ORS and the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI).

Their first community webinar will take place this Thursday September 17th from 7:00pm-8:30pm and will provide:

  • An update from the Maynooth SEC team on their journey so far
  • An overview of the findings of the Maynooth Energy Masterplan to date from ORS
  • The supports and grants available to homeowners and businesses from SEAI
  • There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and take part in their community survey with a chance to win a free Home Energy Audit.

EVENT 2: TUESDAY 29TH SEPTEMBER, 7:30-9:00PM

FREE WEBINAR: HOW TO BECOME A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY COMMUNITY IN DUBLIN?

This online zoom event will take place on Tuesday, 29th September @ 7:30pm.

Supported by the Dublin PPN and hosted by the Dublin City SEC mentor Ger Doherty, this webinar will cover the steps you can take to become a Sustainable Energy Community.

REGISTER BY CLICKING HERE.

The benefits of becoming an SEC:

  • The opportunity to work with your community to make your area more energy efficient – including your own home!
  • Learn about Energy Surveys in your area and potential to get a FREE ENERGY SURVEY for your home at the Plan stage.
  • Guidance and support from trained, dedicated mentor along the way.
  • Community grants available for retrofitting from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI).
  • ...and many more!

SEAI's SEC programme aims to drive energy efficiency and smart energy use nationwide and is a key component of the National Climate Action Plan. For more information on the SEC programme click the link here.