Energy Efficiency

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  • Energy efficiency is the use of less energy to perform the same task or produce the same result.
  • Energy-efficient homes and buildings use less energy to heat, cool, and run appliances and electronics, and energy-efficient manufacturing facilities use less energy to produce goods
  • Energy efficiency is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to combat climate change, reduce energy costs for consumers, and improve the competitiveness of Irish businesses.
  • Energy efficiency is also a vital component in achieving net-zero emissions of carbon dioxide through decarbonization.

Energy Efficiency benefits


  • At home, you can save money on energy bills by making energy-efficient upgrades—such as adding insulation, using LED lighting, and installing a pv system that reduce your energy use and can improve comfort.
  • Energy-efficient buildings cost less to heat, cool, and operate, while industry and manufacturing plants can make products at lower cost. Energy-efficient transportation results in fuel savings.


  • Reducing energy use is essential in the fight against climate change, traditional power plants burn fossil fuels that release greenhouse gases and contribute to air pollution.
  • Energy-efficient homes and buildings are also better equipped to switch to renewable energy, which does not produce harmful emissions.


  • Reducing fossil fuel use results in cleaner air, water, and land, all of which directly affect human health.

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