Posts Tagged ‘BER’

The Greens attempt to retain hot air

In a dramatic volte-face this weekend The Green Party announced an initiative that might actually make some difference, albeit to individual home-owners rather than the planet at large. In stark contrast to Minister Ryan’s usual pie-in-the-sky imagining of hordes of merry ‘nouveau-pauvre’ merrily cycling to work through fields of buttercups, or some such similar nonsense […]

'Tis the season…

So, the season of goodwill is almost upon us and ’tis the time to be jolly and giving and suchlike…. Also almost upon us is the date of implementation of the BER legislation for all existing dwellings and we thought that we should provide a brief outline of the BER system and associated legislation in […]

To BE.R or not to BE.R, that is the question…….

Since the establishment of Moore Groups energy consulting section,  the jury is still out…… last month, we have been positively under-whelmed with clients wishing to avail of our expert Building Energy Services. This largely seems to be not as a result of our anonymity in the field but rather as a result of a general […]

Eco-rigs and things

As an introduction to my joining Moore Group as a BER Assessor/Energy Consultant (amongst other roles, as is the ‘Moore Group Way’), I offer this interesting article via and timesonline. Confirming my general feeling that while solar panels dotted on cottage roofs around Ireland will benefit individual homeowners and make the Green Party feel […]

Going fishin'

Photo owned by The Wu’s Photo Land (cc) With nods to Historiann. No, not another post on aquaponics. Off to more wedding festivities etc.. in Norway. Declan, that is, not the entire company. Updates on aquaponics, more on beer, more on Eyre Square, whaling stations in Ireland, new finds, perhaps a little bit more on […]