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Hear the people of Dublin's views on how we can move Dublin away from fossil fuels and make the capital a clean and healthy county to live, work and visit.

The award-winning Home Energy Saving Kit

The award-winning Home Energy Saving Kit

The kit contains 6 tools to help you save energy at home, and is available to borrow from the majority of libraries in Dublin, as well as selected libraries across Ireland.

Codema Newsletter

Codema Newsletter

By signing up to our newsletter, you can keep up-to-date on the work we are doing to help Dublin transition to a healthy, sustainable and low-carbon county.

About Us

Codema is Dublin's Energy Agency and aims to accelerate Dublin’s low-carbon transition in order to mitigate the effects of climate change and improve the lives of citizens.

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Our Team

We are a team of 15 staff who have qualifications in the areas of Engineering, Environmental Science, Sustainable Development, Project Management, Communications and Finance.

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Our Projects

We are involved in a number of national and European projects, which cover areas such as district heating, Energy Performance Contracting and energy master planning.

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Latest News

21st December 2021

Fingal County Council Awards its First Energy Performance Contract Fingal County Council has taken another positive step in its efforts to reduce its energy consumption by awarding its first-ever Energy Performance Contract.

10th December 2021

Survey: National Government Most Responsible for Tackling Dublin’s Fossil Fuel Use An overwhelming majority of people living in Dublin feel that our national government is most responsible for moving the capital away from fossil fuels, according to a survey carried out by Codema.

Publications

03rd June 2021

This paper recommends how to progress the decarbonisation of heat through the use of waste heat from data centres in DH networks.