Environment and Saving Energy

How much were your energy bills last year?  You probably don’t like to think about it.  The good news is that there’s lots you can do to reduce your utility bills.  In fact, you might be able to save hundreds of euro per year by making a few simple changes to your behaviour.  Improving the energy performance of your home could help you save even more.  And that’s without mentioning solar panels!

Energy efficiency comes with other benefits, too.  These energy-saving tips can help make our air cleaner and healthier to breathe.  The will help Ireland move towards energy-independence and freedom from foreign energy producers.  If you’re wondering “what can I do about climate change?” then these tips are for you.

Read the posts below and learn how you can make savings starting right now!

Emissions Reductions: One Key Sector That’s Already On Track

Ireland is behind on reducing emissions. However, one key sector of our economy is already right on track to with decarbonising: Electricity generation. But can we reach even higher targets for variable renewable power by 2030? To answer this question, we first need to understand our current electricity generation mix: Ireland’s Electricity Generation Mix for …

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Your Electricity Supplier is Probably Screwing You

If you haven’t changed electricity supplier in the last 12 months, then you’re probably paying much more for your electricity than you need to. Why is this? The reason is that electricity suppliers generally offer 12 month contracts with competitive prices. However, once your contract is up, they will start charging you much more for …

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How Much Solar Would You Like?

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Installers generally don't offer quotes for timeframes longer than 6 months. So here are guide prices (before grants):

  • 2kW (S): ~€5,500
  • 4kW (M) + myEddi: ~€8,500
  • 6kW (L) + battery: ~€12,500