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Energy Awareness for Small Businesses – Sligo

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) have been helping business for years to not only benefit their bottom line but also become greener; helping the earth and as an added bonus, saving on their energy bills!

Why not come along to this FREE event and hear how it can be done!

SEAI have delivered this service to many small businesses by assisting them in managing their energy use and cutting their energy costs.

“There is an area in which you can cut your operational costs to benefit your bottom line” – Ivan Sproule, Business Programme Manager, SEAI

Faced with this opportunity do you think any business owner would take it? The answer would undoubtedly be yes. Who wouldn’t?!

Full agenda and details below.

Date: Wednesday 24th May 2017

Venue: Sligo Park Hotel






John Reilly, Head of Enterprise, Sligo Local Enterprise Office


Cost saving opportunities for Small Businesses – Quick Wins,

Ivan Sproule, Business Programmes Manager, SEAI


What can you learn from your energy bills – the first step?

Tom O’Callaghan, Energy Consultant


Resource Efficiency – Best practice examples

James Hogan, EPA Green Business Programme Manager


Energy Efficiency Obligation Scheme – Energy credits for energy saving

Joe Durkan, Programme Manager, SEAI


Renewable Energy – benefits and opportunities for small businesses

Mel Gavin, R&D Coordinator – Contract Research Unit, IT Sligo


A large Industry perspective, AbbVie Energy Journey

Peter Moran, Energy and Utilities Leader, AbbVie, Sligo




Tea//Coffee Sandwiches served


Seminar ends

If you have any further queries on this event, contact

Organised by SEAI in association with Sligo Local Enterprise Office

Link to registration

Source: SEAI 

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