Irish homes and businesses could save £1.2bn per year by being more energy efficient
Businesses and homes across Ireland could save an impressive €1.8 billion (£1.2bn) per year should they become more energy efficient, a new report from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) suggests.
The energy saving improvements could also increase the Irish Government’s budget by around €1 billion (£0.72bn), it stated.
Dr Eimear Cotter, Head of Low Carbon Technologies at SEAI said: “Already Ireland is saving €700 million (£504m) a year through greater energy efficiency. It is good for households, good for businesses and good for the economy.”
Ireland has set a target to become 20% more energy efficient by 2020 and claims it has achieved around 38% of the savings required to meet the goal.
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