Open invitation to Tipp Primary Schools

No Repro Fee24-9-13Picture shows Emily Dayman,17,  from Muckross Park College, Donnybrook at the launch of  SEAI�"s nationwide search for ONE GOOD IDEA. Pic:Naoise Culhane Photography - no feeONE GOOD IDEA Can Change the World!Post-primary students are invited to enter SEAI�"s nationwide search for ONE GOOD IDEA. Organised by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), the aim of the One Good Idea project is to increase students�" understanding of energy efficiency and climate change by encouraging them to take individual and collective responsibility for tackling these important issues, as well as highlighting how one good idea can make a big difference to our pockets, ourselves and our planet. For more information on the One Good Idea project log onto www.seai.ie/onegoodidea or call 01 5224830.Pic:Naoise Culhane Photography- no fee
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Post-primary students from Tipperary are invited to enter a nationwide search for winner of ONE GOOD IDEA 2014

Organised by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) and supported by the Better Energy programme, the aim of the project is to increase students’ understanding of energy efficiency and climate change, as well as highlighting how one good idea can make a big difference to our pockets, ourselves and our planet. The national final will include a Dragons’ Den style adjudication process for the teams who progress to this stage. The winning teams will be awarded with thousands of euros worth of fantastic prizes to both the students and the schools at a national final to be held in Dublin in May 2014.For more information on the One Good Idea project log onto www.seai.ie/onegoodidea , email onegoodidea@realevents.ie or call 01 5224830. Yours Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland.