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SEAI's Energy Show grows 20% on 2014

24 April 2015

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland’s (SEAI) annual business-to-business event, The Energy Show 2015, was deemed a success with the exhibition growing 20% and visitors up 10% on last year to 3800.


The show, which took place at the RDS in Dublin on 25th and 26th March, hosted over 170  exhibitors and featured multiple networking events, an electric vehicle showcase, live retrofit demonstrations, an international markets pavilion and a wide range of workshops.

Grant Engineering received the Product of the Show award for its condensing wood pellet boiler which also secured the company Best Renewable Product.  Other category winners were; IES, winner of Best Innovative Product for its building energy management system Ci2; Ecological Building Systems, winner of Best Service Provider for its Better Building training course and winner of  Best Energy Efficient Product went to Belimo Automation for its Belimo Energy Valve.

Opening the Show Alex White TD, Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources said: "The sustainable energy sector is a significant contributor to our economic recovery and it is already supporting 15,000 jobs and this figure is set to increase in the coming years.  As we develop as a green energy location, Ireland will add sustainable energy expertise and access to secure, clean energy to the list of factors that are successfully attracting foreign companies to Ireland”.

SEAI’s, Brian Motherway, CEO said: "Around €1.5 billion is being invested in sustainable energy technologies and services in Ireland annually.  The Energy Show was a great opportunity for businesses to see and hear about the latest innovations in the smart energy technology and services sector.  This year there was particularly strong international interest with 30 overseas companies and 13 embassies represented.