Monitoring & Reporting

Performance Results

Public Sector Energy Efficiency Target

The National Energy Efficiency Action Plan sets out several obligations on public bodies to lead the way in relation to energy efficiency stating “The public sector will improve its energy efficiency by 33% and will be seen to lead by example — showing all sectors what is possible through strong, committed action”.

SEAI, on behalf of the Department of Communications, Climate Change and Environment, put in place a process and associated IT system for energy efficiency monitoring and reporting to enable public bodies to measure their performance towards the 33% target. An explanation of what the 33% energy efficiency target means and how it is applied to public bodies is shown here.

Public Sector Energy Efficiency Performance Reports

The Annual Report 2016 on Public Sector Energy Efficiency Performance sets out an analysis of the data reported by public bodies who submitted complete reports using the M&R system by the reporting deadline in 2016.

The report comprises an analysis of the data reported on:

  • annual energy consumption and spend
  • energy savings achieved
  • energy efficiency performance in 2015 against 2020 targets

The Annual Report 2016 on Public Sector Energy Efficiency Performance can be viewed here

IRISH COPY of the annual report available HERE

The Annual Report 2015 on Public Sector Energy Efficiency Performance can be viewed here.

An earlier report on Public Sector Monitoring & Reporting is available here.

Monitoring and Reporting System Scorecards

The M&R system generates an energy performance scorecard for each public body. The M&R scorecard provides a visually appealing insight into the energy performance of each organisation.

To view individual public body scorecards, visit the online M&R portal here .  

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