SEAI grants are helping homeowners, business owners, communities and large industries reduce their energy costs and greenhouse emissions. North Cork Electrical are SEAI accredited installers. We will identify funding available to support you with installation of your renewable energy system and support you through the full grant process. So, there is no need to worry about paperwork.
There are several financial incentives including solar electricity grants and renewable energy grants which are available to aid you in the process of upgrading your home energy system.
Reduce your energy costs by installing solar photovoltaic panels. The solar PV grant value works out at €900 per kWp up to 2kWp e.g. you would get €1,800 for a 2kWp system. Then €300 for every additional kWp after that up to 4kWp which would bring the grant value to €2,400. All homeowners, including landlords, whose homes were built and occupied before 2021 can apply.
This is a government funded support scheme assisting residents and homeowners to install an electric vehicle charge point on their property. The scheme provides a grant up to the value of €600 towards the purchase and installation of a home charger unit. To receive payment, you must produce ownership evidence of an eligible new or second-hand electric vehicle (EV) but you can also apply and install your charger ahead of receiving the vehicle.
The Support Scheme for Renewable Heat is a government funded initiative designed to increase the energy generated from renewable sources in the heat sector. The scheme is open to commercial, industrial, agricultural, district heating, public sector and other non-domestic heat users. The installation grant provides funding of up to 30% of eligible costs. It covers the following technologies:- air source heat pumps, ground source heat pumps and water source heat pumps.
The Targeted Agricultural Modernisation Scheme (TAMS) offers grant aid for certain on-farm capital investments. The scheme offers grant aid of 40% towards the cost of certain investments – 60% in the case of young farmers.