10 workshops will run online across Winter into Spring 2023, providing support to communities and homeowners through the winter in keeping well, keeping warm, and energy efficiency tips to reduce bills.
Workshops will cover a range of topics from how to read your bill, all about BER’s, no-cost / low-cost energy efficiency measures, to insulation options and renewables.
Upcoming workshops in the series:
You can register your interest in attending the workshops by filling out the below form:
Once registered, the email will be sent out in relation to all upcoming workshops.
For any further information, please contact Sean Sweeney at [email protected]
Mel Gavin from the Atlantic Technological University presents an overview of reading your electricity meter effectively, understanding your energy bill, assessing rates and what to consider if switching energy supplier.
Sustainability consultant Fiona O'Loughlin of Green Compass Consulting presents advice on keeping warm this winter through guidance on reducing your heating costs and sharing cheap and easy ways to warm your home.
Katia Tikhoniouk, Communications & Project Coordinator at Codema, Dublin's Energy Agency, presents a workshop on choosing the most suitable light bulbs for each room/fitting and to use lighting more efficiently in your home.
Ruth Buggie, Programme Manager of the Sustainable Energy Communities and Schools Programme at the SEAI, presents a workshop on understanding how you use energy in your household and identifying quick wins for energy use.
Mel Gavin of the Atlantic Technological University (ATU) presents a workshop on all things Building Energy Rating (BER) - finding the current BER for your home, finding a BER Assessors and preparing for a BER Asessment.
Laurence O'Reilly, of engineering consultancy firm ORS, presents how you can insulate your home, practical measures you can try as first steps in tackling energy waste at home and providing a better understanding of what supports are available.
Xavier Dubuisson, Chief Executive Officer of RetroKit, provides an overview of what a heat pump is, how it works, its performance in reducing your carbon-footprint, as well as on heat pump grants and more.