Mar 30, 8 years ago

€3,000 energy saving could be made by every club

According to Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) the average small size GAA club could save up to €3,000 a year through energy efficiency.



This could amount to cost savings of in excess of €10 million across sports clubs in Ireland as a whole. Indeed, research from the SEAI would indicate that savings of 10-20% could be made by many sports clubs through behavioural and/or low cost changes.



The Federation of Irish Sport has teamed up with Future Fit in a programme sponsored by SEAI which is designed to increase energy efficiency of sports clubs thereby reducing operating costs.



The programme entitled "Energy Fit" is being run on a pilot basis initially and is entirely FREE for eligible clubs. 



It is intended that participation in the programme will not only help improve the financial standing of sports clubs at a time of unprecedented economic challenge but also enhance the environmental footprint of sports for the benefit of this and future generations.

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