The Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland (SEAI) are offering generous grants to help homeowners, business owners, communities and large industry reduce their energy costs and greenhouse emissions.
Domestic Solar PV Grants – Up to €2,400
The SEAI are offering homeowners a grant to support installation of Solar Photovoltaic panels to generate clean electricity.
The SEAI offer grants to homeowners installing Solar PV and battery storage provided you meet certain installation criteria and your property was built prior to 2011.
With help from an SEAI grant, you can improve your BER rating, lower your electricity costs and reduce your carbon emissions.
TAMS II – Targeted Agricultural Modernisation scheme are offering up to 60% grant for farmers.
TAMS II first opened in June 2015. This scheme is co-funded by the EU and the national exchequer under the Rural Development Programme with a total allocation of over €395m over its duration.
TAMS II aims to provide farmers with grant aid to improve and/or build a specific range of farm buildings or purchase equipment that may benefit their farm businesses.
Solar energy is a clean and affordable alternative to traditional energy. It is a great fit for farms with existing outbuildings on site and can generate a return on your investment.
Commercial Solar Grants – Up to 30%
Receive government grant aid towards the installation of solar PV for your business, farm, school, community centres, or other non-profit organisation.
The Non-Domestic Microgen Grant (NDMG) provides financial assistance to help businesses and other sectors to install solar PV panels to generate electricity on site. This technology reduces commercial electricity costs and increases security of supply, while enhancing a positive sustainability image. Grant funding is available for systems up to a maximum 1000kWp.