Innovation Award






Picture shows from left Jim Gannon, CEO of the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland; Johnny Dunne, representing the Award sponsor Glen Dimplex, Colm Byrne and Micheál Galvin, DaysE, winner of the Innovation Award; with James Twohig, representing the Awards title sponsor Enprova, at the 2016 SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards. Pic: Naoise Culhane


Project Information:

DaysE created a Donate As You Save innovative fund-raising model which uses energy savings as a means of fund raising for energy projects in non-profit organisation. It facilitates the transfer of energy savings and/or energy credits from donors to charities. The donations are then used by the charity to implement energy upgrades to reduce their energy bills and running costs.To date Irish companies engaging with DaysE have invested over €1 million in energy efficiency measures, resulting in annual energy savings for those companies in excess of €300,000, a reduction of over 2000 tons of carbon and the donation of over €100,000 from energy credits, to charities in Ireland towards energy upgrades. Win-Win-Win



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