Tipperary Energy Agency has signed an agreement with Danish District heating expert PlanEnergi to offer Irish clients Danish district heating expertise at a local level. PlanEnergi was established in 1983 and operates as an independent advisory firm. Their mission is to promote the use of resource saving and environmental conservation systems. There are a number
September was a busy time for Tipperary Energy Agency! We left our offices in the Craft Granary and moved into the historical Erasmus Smith House in Cahir. Located in Church Street, Erasmus Smith House was built in 1818 by the renowned English architect, John Nash. A biomass boiler is due to be installed in October.
Tipperary Energy Agency has been successful in securing funding as part of the Grundtvig Learning Partnership and is offering five people the opportunity of an all-expenses paid green trip to Italy in October. Throughout August, interested parties were invited to submit a short piece detailing why they should be chosen to go on the trip.
Our office will be closed today September 11. We are moving to our new office today, the beautiful historical building Erasmus Smith House in Cahir, Co. Tipperary
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
He was delighted to receive the special nomination on behalf of the ecovillage community, who came together in 2009 to create an innovative new community. Pa Finucane, owner of Django’s Hostel and resident of Cloughjordan Ecovillage, was presented with the Ace Award for Energy Neutral Village by Paul Kenny (CEO, Tipperary Energy Agency) and Verena Brennan