Ireland

Project short description: 

The Residential and Commercial/Public Sector accounted for approximately 43% of energy consumption in Ireland in 2009 (SEAI, 2010). Data from the Quarterly National Household Surveys (CSO, 2011) indicates that the number of people directly employed in the construction industry peaked at 269,900 in 2007 but has now declined to 109,900 in 2010. It has been estimated that 1,000,000 Irish houses will require retrofitting by 2020. This combined with a target to achieve a low carbon standard for new buildings by 2015 and minimum renewable energy supply requirements for buildings will mean those working in or entering the construction sector need new specific energy skills. The Build Up Skills for Ireland (BUSI) Consortium has brought together key players with Project Management, Education and Training, Consultation and Networking skills. The BUSI partners will be supported by a Steering Committee which includes Strategic Stakeholders e.g. Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland, Department of Communications Energy and Natural Resources and others. The Roadmap will be developed following a robust consultation process with the relevant stakeholders.

Key documents: 
File BUSI_About_and_Activities_page.docx
PDF icon D2.1_BUS_Ireland_Status_Quo_Report_Final_&_Appendicesv2_1.pdf
PDF icon BuildUpSkillsRoadmap(lowresUpdate).pdf
PDF icon 002_BUSI_Executive_Summary_for_Web.pdf
PDF icon 001_BUSI_Staus_Quo_VerLow_Res.pdf
PDF icon D3.1_BUS_Ireland_Stakeholders_List.pdf
PDF icon D3.2_BUSI_Futures_Workshop_report_V1_3.8.12.pdf
PDF icon D3.3_BUSI_Regional_Workshops_Report.pdf
PDF icon D3.4_BUSI_Survey_And_Results.pdf
PDF icon D4.1_BUSI_Endorsement_Process_Report.pdf
PDF icon D6.2_6.3_BUSI_Web_and_BUSI_Platform.pdf