A new Energy Expo, hosted by Meath County Council on Saturday 22 October (10am to 4pm) in Navan’s Ardboyne Hotel, will see a host of energy advisors come together under one roof to provide information and practical advice to attendees.

The free event will showcase suppliers and installers of home energy retrofits including heat pumps and solar energy systems. There will also be information stands detailing home energy efficiency upgrades, retrofitting grants, and information from the SEAI to help complete energy upgrades.

Pictured at the launch of Meath Energy Expo (l-r): Meath County Council’s Cathaoirleach Cllr Nick Killian with Senior Executive Officer Larry Whelan, Chief Executive Jackie Maguire, Meath Climate Action Co-ordinator Mary D’Arcy and Director of Services Dara McGowan.

Meath’s Cathaoirleach Cllr Nick Killian said that the expo aims to provide the opportunity for people to learn how to save energy and money by taking simple steps and planning for longer term projects. “With the significant increase in energy costs affecting all sectors of society the event is likely to be of interest to people from all over the county,” he added.

Mary D’Arcy, Meath Climate Action Co-ordinator, added: “We are proud to support local and delighted to be joined on the day by local companies to give advice and information on energy-saving measures, energy efficiency products and other energy services as well as information on grants and other supports.”

Energy Expo exhibitors will include The Energy Team, McGann Energy Consultants, Ecological Building Systems, Solectric, Local Power, Cooper Insulation, Energy Efficient Homes, SC Air Tightness, Firebird Heating Solutions, Grant IRL, Heat Pumps Ireland, Greenline Plumbing Services Ltd, Fireplaces Ireland, LWS&I Windows and Doors, Kells Windows and Bio Pure Tech.

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