An exciting week to be in Limerick. GES Energy is proud to be green in support of Limerick Senior Hurlers as they compete in the upcoming All-Ireland Hurling final this Sunday.
According to The Irish Times figures taken from the Bord Gais Energy Index show that the cost of energy increased by 57% in June compared to the same month last year, driven primarily by soaring gas prices. The index, which explores market developments and price movements in oil, gas, coal and electricity, was up 3 per cent compared with May, but its year-on-year increase of 57 per cent was the highest 12-month rise recorded since the index was developed.
In the past couple of weeks, we have outlined what Green leadership truly means and the significant impact adopting a Green Leadership mindset will have on your business. This week you will be given a flavour of the approaches green leaders like ourselves must undertake to complete green and sustainability projects. These projects are not just to improve on the surface benefits such as brand image but to transform businesses and business owners into becoming Green advocates for a more sustainable future.
A major source of stress for people who are on the Autism spectrum can be the environment around them. Such environmental factors that cause anxiety, distraction and even pain include noise, texture or visual stimuli such as light. Lighting is one of the key elements within an environment that determines whether or not a person with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) can enter and remain within that environment.
Since that initial trip to Ireland for a girl's holiday. I saw first hand how much potential there was for SMEs and hotels to save money by implementing easy energy efficiency upgrades. Back in California, we invested heavily in solar power and now we have so much at times that other states pay us for that excess energy. I see that same potential in Ireland with PV solar, wind generation, and tidal power.
Glas Eireann Solutions will be attending the SEAI Energy Show 2018 which takes places on April 18th and 19th at the RDS, Dublin.
The SEAI Energy Show is the only multidiscipline, all-inclusive business to business event for the energy sector in Ireland. As the broader economy improves, businesses are increasingly aware of the benefits of the sustainable agenda in achieving energy efficiencies, cutting costs and reducing their corporate environmental impact.