Energy Action European Fuel Poverty Conference 2013

Fuel Poverty Conference 2013

 

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SERVICES

SevicesIrish fuel poverty is among the highest in Northern Europe. The number of excess deaths that take place in Ireland each winter as against summer is greater than for countries with similar or colder climates, such as Canada, Denmark and Norway. When their homes are insulated, older people are afforded greater warmth, more comfort, reduced health risks, and all at a reduced cost to them. Fuel bills are generally lower, thus releasing meagre income for other essentials.


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TRAINING

Energy Action provides a wide range of training programmes and courses. For details of all courses available, click here. The courses are available to private individuals or persons with public or private organisations. For more information, please contact our Head of Training, David Foley on 01 4545464 or at info@energyaction.ie or check out the contact details on the specific course descriptions.training

Energy Action is an accredited Training Centre for FETAC BER (Building Energy Rating), ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence) and FETAC.

UPCOMING COURSES:

FETAC Installing Insulation TBC
FETAC Energy Management in Domestic Buildings TBC
Surveying For Insulation Measures Training TBC
Quality Control TBC
Energy Awareness TBC








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History

Energy Action Ltd was established in 1988. It is an Irish Registered Charity with a voluntary Board of Directors drawn from a variety of backgrounds in both the public and private sector. The key objective of the organisation is to alleviate fuel poverty in Dublin by provision of insulation in the homes of older people and low income people.

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