The Institute of Technology, Tralee scoops SEI Award

Tralee scoops SEI Award The Institute of Technology, Tralee scoops SEI Award - Excellence in Coordinated Energy Management Programme Small/Medium User

The Institute of Technology, Tralee has been named among winners of the prestigious Sustainable Energy Irelandâ¿¿s (SEI) annual Sustainable Energy Awards in Dublin.  

IT, Tralee scooped the top prize in its category of Excellence in Coordinated Energy Management Programme (Small/Medium User), at the sixth annual SEI Awards, in recognition of its work as an exemplary

The Energy Management Programme in the Institute of Technology, Tralee is championed by the Estates Office. Its principles have been influenced by SEIâ¿¿s Energy Map and by mentoring from ESB Customer Supply. The judges were impressed by the detailed analysis and emphasis on strong business case in delivering the programme. The success of the programme is evident through the reduction of electricity use by 20% and thermal energy use by 39%.

Michael Carmody, President, ITT said: ⿿We are delighted to have won such a prestigious award for sustainability. The award recognises the work our Estates Office has been doing help the Institute cut their energy usage ⿿ and save money on energy bills. Their efforts have created greater awareness of energy use across the Institute.⿝

Judges comments included â¿¿Significant energy savings and very well detailed.  Good business case showing payback period, good replication potential across IT sites. Energy saving actions offset the need to increase sites Maximum Import Capacityâ¿¿.

Sponsored by ESB Customer Supply, the SEI Awards highlight excellence in business energy management and this year included entries from over 100 organisations.  

About SEI:

Sustainable Energy Ireland (SEI) is the statutory authority charged with promoting and assisting the development of sustainable energy. SEI is funded by the Irish Government under the National Development Plan, with programmes part-financed by the European Union.

Institute of Technology, Tralee

The Institute of Technology, Tralee has a community of 3,500 students and 250 academic staff. The Institute has gained a reputation as a centre of distinction for teaching, learning and research through offering a range of full-time and part-time courses.   The Energy Management Programme in the Institute of Technology, Tralee is championed by the Estates Office. Its principles have been influenced by SEIâ¿¿s Energy Map and by mentoring from ESB Customer Supply.
- Excellence in Coordinated Energy Management Programme Small/Medium User

The Institute of Technology, Tralee has been named among winners of the prestigious Sustainable Energy Irelandâ¿¿s (SEI) annual Sustainable Energy Awards in Dublin.  

IT, Tralee scooped the top prize in its category of Excellence in Coordinated Energy Management Programme (Small/Medium User), at the sixth annual SEI Awards, in recognition of its work as an exemplary

The Energy Management Programme in the Institute of Technology, Tralee is championed by the Estates Office. Its principles have been influenced by SEIâ¿¿s Energy Map and by mentoring from ESB Customer Supply. The judges were impressed by the detailed analysis and emphasis on strong business case in delivering the programme. The success of the programme is evident through the reduction of electricity use by 20% and thermal energy use by 39%.

Michael Carmody, President, ITT said: ⿿We are delighted to have won such a prestigious award for sustainability. The award recognises the work our Estates Office has been doing help the Institute cut their energy usage ⿿ and save money on energy bills. Their efforts have created greater awareness of energy use across the Institute.⿝

Judges comments included â¿¿Significant energy savings and very well detailed.  Good business case showing payback period, good replication potential across IT sites. Energy saving actions offset the need to increase sites Maximum Import Capacityâ¿¿.

Sponsored by ESB Customer Supply, the SEI Awards highlight excellence in business energy management and this year included entries from over 100 organisations.  

Visit: http://www.sei.ie/Your_Business/Sustainable_Energy_Awards/Winners_2009/Category_E