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Welcome to the green business programme website

Our Services

GreenBusiness is here to help your business become more resource efficient and save money. Green Business facilitates free and confidential onsite Resource Efficiency Assessments (REAs) carried out by our independent experts, to help reduce your water, waste and energy bills. Based on this we provide you with a report outlining cost saving measures specific to your company.

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Case Studies

Green Enterprise funds Large Water Users CoP Case Study Video with ABP

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Carlow Green Business Seminar Presentations

Presentations from Carlow Green Business Seminar November 28th 2017 Ray Flynn, Flynn’s Foodhall, Tullow James Hogan, Green Business Programme Manager Declan Keogh, Energy Engineer, Carlow Kilkenny Energy Agency

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Workshops / Events

Irish Renewable Energy Summit 2018

Irish Renewable Energy Summit 2018 Leading Ireland’s energy transition Croke Park, Dublin Wednesday January 31st Speakers include: Denis Naughton, TD, Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Walt Patterson, Associate Fellow, Chatham House Catherine Bowyer, Senior Policy Analyst, Institute for European Environmental Policy Ronan Doherty, Chief Executive Officer, ElectroRoute Jim Gannon, Chief Executive, Sustainable Energy […]

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What business is saying about "The Green Business Programmeā€¯

Resource Efficiency Partners

Green Business is partnering with many different programmes to provide resource efficiency supports in Ireland.

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Now over 120 Sustainable Energy Communities Across Ireland

The number of sustainable energy communities in Ireland has doubled in the last twelve months. Now, 124 communities form part of the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) Sustainable Energy C…

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