Ireland's only dedicated building services engineering journal
Ireland's only dedicated building services engineering journal

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Training and education is a core value of the Electrical Industries Federation of Ireland (EIFI) and so it is no surprise that the Federation has played a pivotal role in the newly-launched Engineering Skillnet Business Network.
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The recent election of Kevin Kelly as President of the Chartered institution of Building Services Engineers is a timely and well-deserved accolade. It recognises decades of unstinting service not just to the Institution, but across the entire spectrum of building services engineering. Apart from high-profile roles as CIBSE Ireland Chairman, SLL President and various CIBSE...
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With the increasingly societal focus on climate change, and the launch of the Government’s 2019 Climate Action Plan, many businesses are seeking to play their part in reducing their climate impact. The SEAI Energy Academy is an ideal starting point and allows employees to up-skill on energy efficiency and avail of tailored online training that...
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Energy policy on the island of Ireland is in need of reform if the nation is to achieve its international and European level targets to reduce carbon emissions. Currently, fossil fuels supply the lion’s share of Ireland’s energy needs. There is recognition by Government that this needs to change, especially if Ireland is to achieve...
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The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland’s (SEAI) annual business to business event, The Energy Show 2015, was a real success with the exhibition growing 20% and visitor numbers up 10% on last year to 3,800. The show, which took place at the RDS in Dublin on 25 and 26 March, hosted over 170 exhibitors along...
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Welcome to the Golden Anniversary issue of Building Services News, marking 50 years of continuous publication. Over the last half-century the journal has evolved in tandem with developments and innovations in the industry, not just reflecting those changes but also helping to promote them and spearhead their acceptance.
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