Buildings in Dublin that waste energy
- Irish Aid on O’Connell Street which has high-energy lighting and many LCD TVs and displays running 24 hours a day.
- The Compustore on St. Stephen’s Green has been closed for several YEARS and the florescent backlight of its sign still hadn’t gone out when last I checked.
- The Helix building in D.C.U, big roof with purple light you can see for miles…
- Croke park leave their flood lights on at odd hours (5am), much to the anoyance of the locals.
- Ulster bank near butt bridge
- New eircom building near heuston.
- The PWC building on the Quays near the point
- The IFSC (CHQ and the AIB Trade Centre in particular)
- The flood lights on the Harold’s cross greyhound track
- Leinster House…
- The office block opposite Tripod…..
The AIB Bank (I think) on Tritonville Road, Sandymount, just at the Dart gates. The entrance basks in light installations leading up to the door. Which is shut. They also have a large glazed stairwell to the right which has illuminated handrails, ALL THE WAY UP. Silly
- The spire, a waste of time in the first place adds insult to injury by illuminating itself at night!