Skerries as a sustainable energy community

Are you interested in sustainable energy solutions for Skerries? Would you like to discuss ideas and work towards achieving sustainable energy projects that benefit the community? We are a newly formed initiative, started by Sustainable Skerries, and we would love for people with a passion for sustainable energy to join us in the Sustainable Energy Community Initiative (SECI).

The Skerries SECI has been set up as part of the wider Energy Communities program by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland. The program is set up to help engage and enable a local community to reach sustainable energy goals.

From the SEAI Website

The Skerries SECI will capture ideas and feedback from the local community and with the help of a mentor work towards moving from ideas to formulating an Energy Master Plan for Skerries which will describe specific projects that the community want to achieve. The Skerries SECI and local community will work to apply for available grants and alternative funding to help complete the projects.

You can find out more about the Sustainable Energy Communities programme at

http://www.seai.ie/community-energy/sustainable-energy-communities/

If you are interested in joining the Skerries Sustainable Energy Community Initiative and want to know more, please write to Skerries SECI chairman Michael Mullan-Jensen at skerries.seci@gmail.com.

The next group online meeting is on the 2nd of December at 8pm and we would love to see you there!

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