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Sustainability in Business: SEAI continuing to support energy-saving initiatives

Implementing sustainable energy practices creates a win-win situation for businesses.

1st March, 2015
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Majella Kelleher, SEAI

“Energy efficiency measures will generate savings, typically around 10 per cent, at little or no cost, that impact directly on a business’ bottom line and improve its competitiveness,” said Majella Kelleher, head of energy demand management at the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI).

“If a business is starting out with energy management, we’d advise them to identify the key energy using areas. They should look at their bills, learn how to read...

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