Codema is Dublin’s Energy Agency and is committed to leading Dublin's low-carbon transition towards 2030 and 2050
codema - dublin's energy agency
welcome to our first newsletter
In these uncertain times, it is more important than ever that we stay in touch online, so for that reason we are delighted to present Codema's first newsletter, so we can keep you up-to-date on the work we are doing to help Dublin transition to a healthy, sustainable and low-carbon county.

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who we are
Codema is Dublin's Energy Agency and we act as the energy adviser to the four local authorities in the region. We support each council in leading and influencing Dublin's low-carbon transition by improving their energy efficiency, incorporating renewable energy technologies, providing strategic, local-level energy planning and mapping and raising awareness, while working with a range of stakeholders and sectors across the city.
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ireland's 1ST large-scale district heating system COMING SOON TO TALLAGHT
We are providing technical and procurement assistance to South Dublin County Council for Ireland's first large-scale district heating system in Tallaght.
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We have recently developed another 150 Home Energy Saving Kits, which will be launched into 7 new regions across Ireland, while also adding more kits to existing library networks.

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With our HeatNet partners, we have developed the Guide to District Heating, which is an online platform to guide you through every step of planning a district heating scheme in your area, from the basics of district heating to financing and procurement advice.
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Meet our new CEO, Donna Gartland
In April this year, Donna Gartland was appointed CEO of Codema - as she took up the position, she spoke to Daniel Murray of The Business Post on the key policy changes that need to happen in Ireland's energy sector.
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Codema appointed as regional coordinator for SEC programme
We were recently appointed by SEAI as the Sustainable Energy Community regional coordinator for the Dublin Mid-East Region. Click below to learn more about the programme, who your local mentor is and SECs in your area.
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developing a road-map for dublin's low-carbon transition
We are delighted to be a pilot city in the Horizon 2020 project 'TOMORROW', which will help us to develop a low-carbon transition road-map for Dublin, through meaningful citizen and stakeholder engagement.
Fingal County Council awarded ISO 50001 certification
We are delighted to have helped Fingal County Council to achieve ISO 50001 certification recently for their energy management system by Certification Europe.
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Energy saving tips while remote working
As many of us continue to work remotely during Covid-19, we have put together an online guide with tips on how to save energy while we spend more time at home.
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how we innovate
our key service areas
Energy Monitoring & Management
We help the Dublin Local Authorities stay on track and exceed public sector energy and carbon targets.
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Energy Policy & Planning
We advise on and develop sustainable energy policies to improve Dublin’s energy efficiency, such as strategic, local level energy planning and mapping.
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District Heating
We are recognised as leaders in district heating and are helping to bring the first district heating schemes to Dublin.
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Energy Performance Contracting (EPC)
As an EPC project facilitator, we play a key role in promoting the opportunities for large building retrofits using the EPC method.
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Energy Awareness
Find out more about our staff and public energy awareness campaigns and our Home Energy Saving Kit scheme.
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Project Facilitation / Funding
We provide a one-stop-shop for the development and management of national and EU projects.
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our contacts
+353 (0)1 707 9818
Our day-to-day operations are functioning as usual and all our staff are working remotely and are contactable online and via telephone.
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