Sustainable Skerries in conjunction with Codema are holding a public information meeting in the Little Theatre on Thursday 7th Oct at 7:30 pm.

Residents will be given an insight into the current energy standards of Dublin homes and they will also receive expert, independent advice on saving energy around the home.  Homeowners who are interested in improving their homes’ energy performance will also learn about the benefits of joining an Energy Smart Community and getting work carried out as a cluster.

Please come along to get some very valuable information which will save you money and carbon.

Free Advice on saving energy around the home, applying for energy-saving governments grants, how by being part of an energy smart cluster you can have good quality work done at the best value. Sustainable Skerries is working with Codema to ensure the residents of Skerries can avail of these energy saving oppurtunities in an open and transparent way.

Codema was founded in 1997 as a not-for-profit limited company.  It was set up on the initiative of Dublin City Council, with support from the European Commission.  Since then, they have acted as the sustainable energy adviser to Dublin City Council and – as of January 2009 – they act as adviser to the other three Dublin local authorities; including Fingal County Council. They aim to make sustainability the norm in County Dublin, while contributing to the global issue of combating climate change.

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