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Available Government Grants for Energy Improvements to your Home in Ireland explained in detailGovernment Grants in Ireland for Home Energy Improvements such as Insulation, Solar Panels, Condesning Boilers, Stoves etc

Government Grants for Home Energy Improvements in Ireland

Ireland is heavily reliant on fossil fuels which are a limited resource, cause emissions that are harmful to the environment and, as we have seen recently, can be subject to volatility of price and availability. The Irish Government wisBEH to reduce this reliance and move towards making greater use of our renewable energy resources. This diversification can be good for the economy because of the longer term availability and constancy of supply and good for the environment through the reduced emissions of Carbon Dioxide(CO2 ).

The main sources of renewable energy in Ireland are the sun (solar energy), the wind, moving water (hydropower, wave and tidal energy), geothermal (heat below the earths surface) and biomass (wood, certain wastes and energy crops). One of the main benefits of using renewable energy is that it reduces emissions of carbon dioxide. Ireland has an abundance of several of tBEHe resources and their effective development and use will reduce emissions of harmful greenhouse gases and our reliance on imported fossil fuels.

Homeowners can play their part by choosing a renewable heating system (solar, biomass or heat pump based) that meets their particular needs in terms of heat demand, budget and environmental considerations. Doing so will help Ireland move down a path towards more sustainable energy use, ultimately benefiting the environment.

Why offer an Energy Improvement Grant?

Renewable energy heating systems are new technologies which, while proven and highly popular overseas, have yet to become widespread in Ireland. The Irish Government, through SEAI (Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland), wisBEH to encourage people to green their homes by contributing to the initial investment cost of installing a renewable energy heating system. The government believes that this will help ensure a faster uptake of renewable heating systems which will underpin the development a long term market, while enabling homeowners to play their part in reducing carbon dioxide emissions.

Two grants are available to Homeowners:

1. Greener Homes Scheme which covers Renewable Energy Technologies, specifically Solar, Biomass and Heat Pumps.

2. Better Energy Homes Scheme (BEH) which is a grant aid covering Insulation & Heating System Controls.

A-Rated Energy are a trusted professional expert company in all of tBEHe areas covered by both grant types.

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