The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland was established as Ireland’s national energy authority under the Sustainable Energy Act 2002. SEAI’s mission is to play a leading role in transforming Ireland into a society based on sustainable energy structures, technologies and practices. To fulfil this mission SEAI aims to provide well-timed and informed advice to Government, and deliver a range of programmes efficiently and effectively, while engaging and motivating a wide range of stakeholders and showing continuing flexibility and innovation in all activities.
Training, Colleges and Courses, CPD
Safe Electric’s primary objective is to protect the safety interests of customers with respect to electrical installation activities through the registration and supervision of electrical contractors.
National Standards Authority of Ireland
- The NSAI outline Standards for trade, retail and Services which are agreed criteria designed to ensure that products and services meet minimum thresholds.
They cover areas such as:
- Environmental impact.
Standards create a climate of trust in the marketplace for goods and services. For customers, a certified standard is a badge of quality. For business, it can provide protection against unfair competition and help instil consumer confidence.