Wexford to benefit from energy initiatives
Published 23/06/2015 | 00:00
homes, community centres and sports clubs in County Wexford are among 29 energy efficient initiatives nationally announced by Minister Alex White, under the mantle of the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI).
The local projects include the 'deep' retrofit of 16 homes in Wolfe Tone Villas in Wexford town and a number of local community projects, a private business and public sector offices including Forth Celtic AFC, Taghmon GAA Club, Wexford Women's Refuge, Wolfe Tone Community Centre, the Irish Pride Bakery and Teagasc.
Key measures include an insulation and heating upgrade, electric heating upgrade with solar thermal assistance and lighting upgrade.
125 Respond houses in County Waterford and Wexford will get insulation upgrades. The six in Wexford are in Beechmount, Rosemary Heights, Ferns, and Sean Brown Crescent, Enniscorthy.
Clonard Community Centre and Wexford Chamber of Commerce will benefit from upgrades including standard insulation and lighting to large boiler upgrades, electronic and heat controls and solar photovaltic installation.