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You will find the latest press releases from Tipperary Energy Agency below. For press enquiries about our work or services, please contact Catherine Wall on cwall@tippenergy.ie or call 052 7443090

Expansion at Tipperary Energy Agency

In response to increased demands for its services, Tipperary Energy Agency, a social enterprise specialising in sustainable energy consultancy, building services and community energy, has opened a second office in Nenagh. The agency, which has been headquartered in Cahir since 1998, is also planning to grow its team significantly in 2017. One of the contributing

Deadline closing soon for the Insulate Tipp Scheme

Get your home winter ready Reduce your heating costs This year includes a wood burning stove Under the 2016 Insulate Tipp Scheme, eligible homeowners in Tipperary can get their homes insulated before the end of October for less than €495 The following is included in this scheme: attic insulation, cavity wall insulation, a wood burning

Successful Energy in Agriculture Event in Gurteen College

  ‘Energy in Agriculture 2016’ is taking place in Gurteen Agricultural College, County Tipperary, today, Tuesday, 23 August. It’s the first event looking at various energy saving opportunities for farmers together with renewable energy deployment opportunities within the various sectors. The event is organised by Teagasc in combination with Tipperary County Council and Tipperary Energy

2016 Insulate Tipp Scheme Now Open

*****The 2016 Insulate Tipp Scheme has now closed. We hope to secure further funding in 2017 – check here  for updates****** The Insulate Tipp Scheme (formerly Tipperary Warmer Homes Scheme) provides house insulation grants and a stove to homeowners in Tipperary. It is run by Tipperary Energy Agency and is co-funded under the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland’s Better

SuperHomes Applications Open

For the second year running, Tipperary Energy Agency’s SuperHomes project will aim to give homeowners the opportunity to retrofit their house to an A3 energy rating standard. Funding is available of up to 35% to achieve this. A SuperHome is a low energy home that has implemented cost effective and sensible energy measures. Such work

One year on – Sun is saving Tipperary €30,000 per year

photovoltaic

800 Solar panels installed one year ago are delivering 10% more electricity than previously expected.  Tipperary County Council is making significant savings of over €30, 000 per annum. Twelve months ago 800 photovoltaic solar panels were installed on 9 public buildings in towns across Tipperary. The buildings include fire stations, libraries, civic offices and a

Tipperary Commits to European Sustainable Energy Movement

Tipperary Commits to European Sustainable Energy Movement

Tipperary County Council has recently become a signatory of The Covenant of Mayors. The Covenant of Mayors is a mainstream European movement involving local and regional authorities, voluntarily committing to increasing energy efficiency and use of renewable energy in their territories. There are currently six other signatories in Ireland – Cork County, Dublin, Kerry County

Tipperary Companies Urged to Reduce Energy Costs with the Launch of EECC

It is proven that energy costs is one of the highest costs for SME’s in Ireland. As a result, Tipperary SME’s who are interested in reducing their energy usage and save on energy costs are being urged to register for free energy management support. These support programmes are being offered to SME’s in Tipperary by