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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Event to Address Energy Skills Deficit of Irish Construction Workers

Construction workers, designers, educators and policy makers will meet in Dublin to discuss how Ireland’s construction workers can acquire the skills required for the new rigorous energy efficient new construction and retrofit standards. The Conference – Better than Best Practice – Skills and Knowledge to Achieve Near Zero Energy Building, will consider one of the

FREE & Subsidised Insulation for Homes

What is the Tipperary Warmer Homes Scheme? The current scheme is now FULL. If you are interested in future schemes please email warmerhomes@tippenergy.ie , with your name, address, phone number, year of house construction and construction type (cavity or stone) You can also call 0818 222924 and give your details. This scheme provides house insulation and draught proofing to

Ireland’s Largest PV Project Gets the Green Light

Work has begun on Ireland’s largest Photovoltaic project. The Tipperary County Council PV Project will install a total of 193kW of PV on 9 Local Authority buildings across the county. On completion the 193kW installed will produce 171,860kWh of electricity annually. This is equivalent to a reduction of 91,430 kg of CO2 that would have been

Places up for Grabs for Green Trip to Italy

Tipperary Energy Agency has been successful in securing funding as part of the Grundtvig Learning Partnership and is offering four people the opportunity of an all-expenses paid green trip to Italy in October. The Grundtvig programme seeks to improve the quality and European dimension of adult education. It aims to make lifelong learning opportunities more

Ireland’s Largest PV Project Gets the Green Light

Today, (August 6th 2014) the contract was signed on Ireland’s largest Photovoltaic project. The Tipperary County Council PV Project will install a total of 193kW of PV on 9 Local Authority buildings across the county. On completion the 193kW installed will produce 171,860kWh of electricity annually. This is equivalent to a reduction of 91,430 kg