The GEC Launches Sustainability@GEC
The Guinness Enterprise Centre is honoured to announce its partnership with Techies Go Green and building out the sustainability cluster. Eamon Ryan T.D., Minister for the Environment and Climate, launched the new cluster at the Guinness Enterprise Centre on February 24th, 2023.
Techies Go Green Partners with GEC
Founded in 2021, Techies Go Green is a not-for-profit sustainability movement that is on a mission to lead its fast-growing base of 300+ business signatories to implement changes to reduce their science-based carbon footprints by 50% by 2030. It does this by raising awareness of the urgent need for action, and by providing practical tools, solutions, and advice through education.
Its 300+ signatories have signed up to a commitment to become verifiably carbon neutral through collaboration, knowledge sharing and implementing practical measures to achieve their net-zero targets.
Our Sustainability Innovators
Astatine accelerates the transition to renewable energy by developing and implementing sustainable and financially beneficial solutions for businesses in Ireland.
Community Resources Network Ireland (CRNI) is the representative body for community-based reuse, repair, and recycling organisations in Ireland.
Crowberry Consulting are an Environment, Ethics and Corporate Responsibility Management Consultancy, with over 20 years’ experience working with businesses to provide sustainable solutions.
EPN Consulting Research and Innovation
EPN Consulting R&I offer expertise in Sustainable & Intelligent Transport, Smart Cities, Climate Change Resilience and Circular Economy. They also provide high-level assistance in European Projects and suitable partnerships to help companies convert ambitious ideas in concrete projects
Green Belt and its professional foresters guide those planting a forest through the forest estate management process, which makes a huge contribution to the environment and storing CO2.
Greenstreets provides advice and manages all of your Environmental Compliance reporting requirements relating to Packaging Waste, Electronic Waste (WEEE), Battery or Textile Waste.
HaPPE Earth champions sustainability and the circular economy by aiming to bring together CE approved, compostable PPE products with an SDG impact measurement tool for healthcare and a medical waste, industrial, composting solution.
Passive Dynamics are sustainability consultant experts with backgrounds in engineering and building physics. Their diverse experience and in-depth technical knowledge provides exceptional added value to design teams, developers and corporate clients, working as lead consultants, engineers or sustainability champions overseeing the client’s sustainability goals.
PNG Energy understands how to develop truly sustainable energy projects. They specialise in project management and delivery of energy generation across a range of energy generation technologies.
Robeau delivers sensors and data platform to manage water consumption. Their IoT LoRa sensors, and Data Management Application, saves between 25% and 40% on customers water consumption bill.
Rowan Engineering are a forensic and environmental engineering company that provide a wide range of expertise to clients throughout Ireland, Europe and Africa.
Spright is a medical aviation company that provides streamlined and sustainable solutions to overcome the everyday challenges of inefficient ground operations. It is the global leader in fully autonomous, bidirectional, and BVLOS end-to-end solutions that are revolutionising healthcare delivery and utility inspections.
Peatlands have huge untapped ability to store carbon and contribute significantly to climate protection goals. Via its unique double sided platform, Uisce Bog accelerates the rewetting of peatlands globally by connecting restoration communities directly with consumer brands which want to action change.
Techies Go Green
Techies Go Green is a movement of tech-oriented companies who are committed to decarbonising their businesses and making them green and verifiably sustainable.
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CRNI Joins GEC Mission
The Community Resources Network Ireland (CRNI) is the only representative body for community-based reuse, repair and recycling organisations in Ireland.
It has, along with its members, the potential to play a unique and valuable role in the development of resource efficiency and circular economy initiatives at both local and national levels.
Work in progress!
Keep and maintain beehives on our rooftop with RECDP
Electric car charging station
Window replacement for better insulation and energy retention
Upgraded heaters with more energy efficiency
Encourage reusable coffee cups and mugs in replacement of plastic water bottles
Replaced light switches with light sensors
Installing four pocket forests and a planter in the courtyard – 2023
Solar panel roof installation – 2023
Electric bike charging – 2023
Take the next step
Contact the GEC today to find out more about how you can join our expanding cluster of sustainable companies or support Sustainability@GEC