Before you leave the campus this evening we would like to update you on the switch-off campaign and energy efficiency improvements to date, and please switch-off (body, mind and those pesky monitors 😉) before you leave.
Before you leave campus this Christmas, please remember the University’s switch-off campaign and help improve UCD’s energy efficiency by switching off non-essential equipment and devices. Have a Merry Christmas 🎄
Before you leave campus this Bank Holiday weekend, please remember the University’s switch-off campaign and help us to improve UCD’s energy efficiency and reduce harmful emissions by switching off non-essential equipment and devices.
Before you leave the campus this evening we would like to take the opportunity to update you on the switch-off campaign and energy efficiency improvements this year to date, as well as asking you once again to please switch-off before you leave. The May Bank Holiday weekend showed steady progress, with ...
The May bank holiday weekend heralds our move towards the examination period and the end of another academic year. It also offers us the potential to build on the excellent results from our switch off campaign this year to date.As you may have seen in the staff e-zine following the ...
The Easter Bank-Holiday “Switch-Off” marks a continuation of the steady progress we have seen this year in terms of energy savings. The contribution of the UCD community is essential if the University is to achieve their ambitious energy efficiency 2020 targets and a comparison between this year and last year ...
We hope you enjoyed the St. Patrick’s day celebrations and are looking forward to the upcoming Easter break.The Switch-Off for St. Patrick’s day and the weekend period (17th - 20th March) was a great success and we’d like to thank all of the University Community who played their part. The ...
As we approach the first public holiday, which marks the beginning of the 2016 Switch-Off campaign, wouldn't you like to know how well we did in 2015?
The SEAI (Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland) has officially updated public sector organisations on their progress towards the 2020 targets. These ambitious targets aim for a 33% improvement in energy efficiency by 2020 from a baseline of 2006-2008. As you can see below, based on 2014 data, UCD ...
22 October 2015 - The first bank holiday weekend this academic year presents us with a great opportunity to begin 2015/2016 with energy efficiency in mind.