Solar PV Panels on Main Office in CityWest
Francis O’Donnell, CEO of Inland Fisheries Ireland said: “As an environmental agency, we are aware of the critical nature of climate change and the impact it is having on our fisheries resource. Inland Fisheries Ireland as a public body has a responsibility to engage actively in initiatives to help take steps towards Ireland being a low carbon, climate-resilient economy. These newly installed Solar PV Panels on two of our highest energy consuming premises will ensure that these buildings will have a combined total of c. 24 per cent yearly energy savings. To maintain ecological integrity within our fisheries resource we must pave the way towards environmentally friendly ways of carrying out the work we do as an organisation.”
For more about Inland Fisheries Ireland, visit www.fisheriesireland.ie .
For further information:
Inland Fisheries Ireland
T: 01 8842632/ 087 101 9998
Notes to Editors
About Inland Fisheries Ireland
Inland Fisheries Ireland is a statutory body operating under the aegis of the Department of Environment, Climate and Communication (DECC) and was established under the Fisheries Act on 1st July 2010. Its principal function is the protection and conservation of the inland fisheries resource. Inland Fisheries Ireland promotes supports, facilitates and advises the Minister on the conservation, protection, management, development and improvement of inland fisheries, including sea angling. Inland Fisheries Ireland also develops policy and national strategies relating to inland fisheries and sea angling and advises the Minister on same.