EWC partners with communities to deliver grant approved BEC programmes nationwide.Find Out More >
Our retrofit window and door replacement service delivers energy efficiency at the highest achievable levels.Find Out More >
EWC provides cost effective wall and attic insulation to homeowners and businesses throughout Ireland.Find Out More >
Our energy saving solutions include condensing oil boilers, solar PV and thermal panels, heat pumps, energy efficient lighting, battery storage and solid fuel stoves.Find Out More >
Energy Wise Construction (EWC) provides a Complete Building Service that includes Energy Efficient Homes, Passive Houses, Commercial and Industrial Buildings as well as Extensions.
The planet is getting warmer, sea levels are rising, extreme weather events are common; storms are more intense and winters are getting colder.
Heat waves, droughts, blizzards and rainstorms are on the increase world-wide.
Scientists are more certain than ever that global warming is caused by human activity, mainly the burning of fossil fuels, like oil and gas that pump carbon dioxide (CO2), methane and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
As a country, we are heavily dependent on fossil fuel imports for our energy needs; the cost of imports to Ireland was approximately €4.6 billion (SEAI 2016).
Here at Energy Wise Construction, we are committed to eliminating our reliance on fossil fuels by delivering communities that are self-sufficient with zero-energy costs; communities that use renewable, sustainable energies, including, wind, sunlight and biomass rather than oil, gas, peat or coal.
We believe that zero cost-energy is not only achievable, but through our endeavours is already becoming a reality in different parts of the country.
EWC were the first to launch a community energy initiative on the island of Ireland. Our first project started in the Aran Islands in 2012 and includes the installation of heat pumps, solar PV and solar thermal panels, roof, wall and floor insulation, window and door replacements and solid fuel stoves.
With the help of Better Energy Communities (BEC), an EU led programme, Inis Oirr, the smallest of the Aran Islands, is now set to become fossil fuel-free by 2022.