Discover Energy Saving Solutions At SEAI’s Energy Show

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is inviting businesses to come to the Energy Show 2017, the premier business energy event taking place at the RDS, Dublin in three weeks time on Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th of April.


The annual two-day free event brings together 160 exhibitors of sustainable energy technologies and services. It is a must for those interested in staying up to speed on developments and innovations in the sustainable energy sector. Last year, in addition to attendance growing by 23% to 4,000, over €85 million in revenue sales was generated by exhibitors at the Energy Show.


Commenting on the Show, Jim Gannon, CEO of SEAI said; “The Irish sustainable energy sector is consistently growing as homeowners, businesses and communities move towards cleaner and  energy efficient technologies. The Energy Show brings together the key designers, suppliers and contractors  who help to deliver these sustainable energy solutions, and is an ideal opportunity for anyone interested in energy management and sustainability.  From small businesses to large industry, from public bodies to community organisations, the Energy Show is the perfect opportunity to witness the latest innovations in renewable energy and energy efficiency and learn about future developments as we work towards a more sustainable energy society.”


The event centres around the exhibition, where visitors can see everything from large scale renewable energy solutions for industry, to smart energy management systems for SMEs, or the latest lighting technology innovations, to high efficiency boilers and much more in-between. There are also lots of additional events and features to experience at the Show including:

  • networking opportunities with international markets and professional representative associations,
  • an electric vehicle pavilion with free test drives of the latest models,
  • a best practice demonstration area, and
  • a wide range of workshops and expert briefing events.


The SEAI Energy Theatre offers free talks with industry experts updating attendees on the latest policy and market developments in the energy efficiency and renewable energy sectors.  This year the Energy Theatre will feature an engaging session on Women in Energy, alongside a range of other sessions on sectoral and technical areas of interest.With the Irish market for sustainable energy set to reach €3 billion by 2020, this session will explore if we have enough gender diversity in the sector. A panel of energy professionals will discuss the current profile of the energy sector, the challenges for women in the sector and how mentoring and networking can be used to overcome these.


Last year, many of the visitors at the Show availed of the opportunity to link up with international markets to develop overseas business and contacts. Once again, representatives from a host of worldwide embassies will be available to meet with Irish companies to discuss business opportunities in countries including Argentina, Spain, Brazil, Canada, France, Romania, Czech Republic and Israel. Countries will be present at scheduled times and full details are available on


Attendees can also link up with industry and professional associations at the Energy Industry Pavilion. Representative groups such as the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers, the Heat Pump Association, the Lighting Association of Ireland, Engineers Ireland among many more will be present to meet with visitors and discuss professional and standards development in the energy sector.


The SEAI Energy Show is a free business event and will run in April, Wednesday 5th (10am to 6pm) and Thursday 6th(9am  to 5pm).


For further details and to register, visit


About SEAI

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has a mission to play a leading role in the transformation of Ireland to a society based on sustainable energy structures, technologies and practices. SEAI is partly financed by Ireland’s EU Structural Funds Programme co-funded by the Irish Government and the European Union.

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