Energy Information Resources

Suggestions and comments are welcome to: energy@ucc.ie

B&E Helpdeskaddress for maintenance fault reporting:

bereception@ucc.ie / 021 4902480

 

The following pages have some useful information relating to energy conservation:

 

The following external websites have some useful information relating to energy conservation: 

Plant Room Tours and Environmental Expos

http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter003­/newsletter003­.html#frito

Jungle Experience
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter002­/newsletter002­.html#irish

Carbon Dating - like a speed dating event but based around calculating your carbon footprint using an online calculator or printed resources, and then matching your footprint with your carbon ‘mate’
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter008­/newsletter008­.html#3

A smoothie making bike – the Fender Blender – a bike linked up to a blender that makes smoothies as you turn the pedals;
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter006­/newsletter006­.html#4
Energy Bike
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter001­/newsletter001­.html#5

Encouraging more sustainable ways to get to work - s ‘Health Promotion’ stand doing blood pressure and other health checks for people thinking about getting active and using their bike (contact Irish Heart Foundation);
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter006­/newsletter006­.html#4

Interactive energy workshop
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter017­/newsletter017­.html#3

Display of used paper cartons from one week's paper supply
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter011­/newsletter011­.html#1

During Earth Day 2009, HOK encouraged its employees to “Go Barefoot” as a symbolic reminder to cut their carbon footprint
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter006­/newsletter006­.html#2

Mind maps – attractive postcard with an illustrated mind map entitled 'Solving global warming - doing something'
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter009­/newsletter009­.html#3

Making energy waste visible
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter014­/newsletter014­.html#2
Visualising carbon - displays
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter008­/newsletter008­.html#5
What does CO2 look like?
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter004­/newsletter004­.html#6

Walk Down Wednesday - United Business Media encouraged staff to use the stairs
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter007­/newsletter007­.html#2
Using the stairs – resources to encourage people to use the stairs instead of the lift
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter016­/newsletter016­.html#5

Cans and bottles display
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter004­/newsletter004­.html#news
Bottled water display
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter018­/newsletter018­.html#3

Snap it Off - a campaign that facilitated students (and others) to spot energy waste, snap it using their mobile phone/camera and send the image to those responsible to get it remedied
http:­/­/www­.energiaware­.org­/newsletter­/newsletter007­/newsletter007­.html#1

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