Triple E Register: choose approved energy efficient products
Have you ever wondered which products you should be choosing to ensure your project is using the very latest in energy efficient technologies?
Energy efficient product selection made easy
The Triple E Register is a searchable, continuously updated listing that takes the uncertainty out of product selection, and makes it easy to pick products that are within the top 10-15% in their class in terms of energy efficiency. Administered by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland, this register is constantly updated as new energy efficiency technologies emerge, so you can stay up to date with the latest developments, and ensure the products you choose make your project eligible for selected energy efficiency incentives.
Searching the Triple E Register
You’ll find plenty of products featured on the Triple E register stocked at your local Kellihers & CT Electric branch, including lighting solutions from LUG (Click here for full LUG listing), Kellihers own brand LED Panels and Downlights, plus products from Disano (Click here for full Disano listing). Click on these links to find the LIG number as this is critical when you need to claim the ACA (Accelerated Capital Allowance).
You can access the Triple E Register online search facility here on the SEAI website. Simply choose your product category, product technology and the programme you want to search under (All, ACA or Triple E) and hit search and the system will return a list of qualifying products that match your criteria.
You have the option to expand the list to show full product details, and can even export your search results to an Excel Spreadsheet that you can download.
Public Procurement and Triple E
The EUROPEAN UNION (ENERGY EFFICIENT PUBLIC PROCUREMENT) REGULATIONS 2011, SI 151 of 2011 states that a public body shall only procure equipment or vehicles which are listed on the Triple E Register.
The Accelerated Capital Allowance
Under the terms of the Accelerated Capital Allowance (ACA) businesses can reduce their tax liability by offsetting 100% of the cost of qualifying equipment against their operating profits in the year of purchase.
For vehicles on the Triple E register dealers receive a €5,000 payment for each vehicle sold.
Small scale wind and photovoltaic devices are listed under this category, and qualify for Triple E related incentives.