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NZEB and Part L Seminar

NZEB and Part L Seminar

CIBSE Ireland will host an evening seminar on NZEB and the revised Part L of the Building Regulations at Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 on Tuesday, 29 May next at 6pm. The format for the occasion will comprise a brief welcome and introduction by Paul Martin, CIBSE Ireland Chair, and two presentations,…

CIBSE Ireland 50th Dinner & Awards

CIBSE Ireland 50th Dinner & Awards

As part of the CIBSE Ireland 50th celebrations the Institution will host a gala dinner in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin 4 on Friday, 30 November. Dress code is business suit/smart casual. This dinner will replace the annual lunch for 2018 and promises to be an even greater extravaganza with an attendance of 700…

New Key Accounts Manager at BPM

New Key Accounts Manager at BPM

Gerard Barry has been appointed Key Account Manager with Baxi Poterton Myson. Gerard has extensive experience in the industry and is already widely known to many customers as he has handled internal sales and technical queries for the company over the last 20 years. Gerard will now bring that knowledge base to bear in an…

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Heat pump grant details explained

Heat pump grant details explained

Following an announcement by Minister Denis Naughten late last year, SEAI has introduced a number of changes to the Better Energy Homes scheme, including increased grants for external wall insulation, the elimination of grants for fossil-fuelled boilers, increased heating controls grants and, most excitingly, a new heat pump grant from April (See Table A). The objectives are to drive building fabric upgrades and stimulate an accelerated decarbonisation of heat supply.

A Tribute to Sean Mulcahy

A Tribute to Sean Mulcahy

In this tribute by Varming Chairman, John Purcell, we celebrate the achievements of Seán Mulcahy, whose impressive engineering career spanned almost the entire second half of the 20th century, from the post-war years right up to the early dawn of the Celtic Tiger era.

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