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O’Callaghan Collection – SEAI EXEED Grant Support

The O’Callaghan Collection is one of the leading privately-owned hotel groups in Ireland consisting of the Alex, the Davenport, the Mont Clare and the Stephen’s Green Hotels. The group’s commitment to energy savings and carbon reduction has been steadfast throughout the years and continues to the present day.

Energy & Technical Services Ireland were appointed by the O’Callaghan Collection to help secure grant funding through the SEAI EXEED programme. Whilst there was a number of energy saving opportunities available across their portfolio of sites, additional capital was required to undertake the proposed works.


Working collaboratively with the client, our consultants collated the necessary evidence and documentation required to include within the application. After approval was received from the SEAI to proceed to Stage 1, our consultants helped develop a Letter of Offer comprising of a Project Execution Plan, Energy Balance Study and Energy Saving Registers. Once these were developed sufficiently to justify an investment decision, the Stage 2 grant application was submitted.

The next phase of works includes the delivery and implementation of the proposed energy savings initiatives. M&V reporting will also be deployed throughout to ensure the projected savings are achieved.

”Energy & Technical Services Ireland have demonstrated a level of energy expertise, professionalism and customer support that has made the whole process quite straightforward and ultimately a success. We look forward to continuing our relationship with ETS Ireland and further reducing our carbon footprint for the long term.“
Ian Farrell, Group Director of Engineering and Facilities

SEAI EXEED Grant Support

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Date Palm Developments – Complete Building Solutions

Date Palm Developments (DPD) approached ETS to design, install, and commission a new Building Management System (BMS) for their proposed "Ottons Lab." Given the complex nature of the facility, which specialises in plant cloning, highly detailed designs relating to HVAC controls and operational security were necessary to maintain optimal conditions for both plant growth and occupant comfort in the office areas.

BNP Paribas – Simulated Power Failure

The power test was successful with back-up power supplies, fire alarms, emergency lighting, pedestrian access systems all operating as expected during power failure. All equipment operated correctly and efficiently when power was reinstated.

Harris Lamb – Mechanical & Electrical Performance Specification

Successful office fit-out project with upgraded VRF heat pump cooling, LED lighting and heat recovery ventilation. Improved energy efficiency and occupant comfort led to an increase in the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating from C to B.