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Energy Funding Grants

We administer several energy funding programmes which include grants to support energy efficiency within Irish communities, to grants for homeowners to insulate and draft proof their home; subsequently significantly reduce household energy bills.

Smart Lighting Grant SchemeSmart Lighting Grant Scheme provides 40% funding toward lighting upgrades for certain SME’s Smart Lighting Grant Scheme is an Energy Efficiency Grant Scheme available through the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) and administered by Tipperary Energy Agency. Energy efficient lighting can save you up to 90% on your annual lighting electricity costs! We can facilitate and assist SMEs in Tipperary who are interesting in upgrading their lighting. We can facilitate and assist SMEs who are interesting in upgrading their lighting by conducting, lighting energy audits, lighting design and specification, project manage installations and make grant applications of up to 40% on their behalf. For more information on Smart Lighting Grants, click here

 

SuperHomes Deep Retrofit Scheme

SuperHomes Deep Retrofit Scheme 2017 scheme is open Tipperary homeowners in receipt of certain supplements and provides a deep retrofit to Solid Mass Concrete properties in Tipperary.  The aim of the scheme is to move the homeowner away from fossil fuel heating systems and replace with a heat pump, along with other measures that will raise the Building Energy Rating to a near A3. This will provide the homeowner with a warmer,  lower running costs, energy consumption. It is run by Tipperary Energy Agency and is funded under the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland’s Better Energy Communities Program and Electric Ireland. For more information on SuperHomes Deep Retrofit Scheme 2017 click here

 

SuperHomes Health Pilot Scheme

SuperHomes Health Pilot 2017 scheme is aimed at people living with a chronic respiratory illness and provides a deep retrofit to Solid Mass Concrete properties in Tipperary. The aim of the scheme is to move the homeowner away from fossil fuel heating systems and replace with a heat pump, along with other measures that will raise the Building Energy Rating to a near A3. This will provide the homeowner with a warmer, healthier home; lowering running costs, energy consumption and benefitting health. It is run by Tipperary Energy Agency and is funded under the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland’s Better Energy Communities Program and Electric Ireland. For more information on SuperHomes Health Pilot 2017 click here

 

Better Energy Communities

Better Energy Communities Scheme provides 50% funding to community facilities and up to 25% funding for the private sector. Better Energy Communities is an Energy Efficiency Grant Scheme available through the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) and administered by Tipperary Energy Agency in partnership with NTLP (North Tipperary Leader Partnership). Examples of the measures which are eligible for grant aid include; Insulation Upgrades, Lighting Upgrades, Renewable Energy, Heating Upgrades (incl wood boilers or heat pumps), Window/door upgrades, Motor/compressor replacements (process), Ventilation and refrigeration.  If you have an interesting community energy project that might be eligible for 2018 funding, please get in touch. For more information on Better Energy Communities Scheme click here

 

 

SuperHomes Scheme 2017

For the third year running, Our SuperHomes project will aim to give homeowners the opportunity to retrofit their house to an A3 building energy rating standard. Funding is available of up to 50% to achieve this. A SuperHome is an energy efficient home that has implemented all the cost effective and sensible energy measures which will contribute to a  warmer home, with healthy interior air (through excellent ventilation),
reduced colds, flues and respiratory illnesses. 22 homes across Ireland were successfully upgraded in 2016 as part of the SuperHomes pilot project. For more information on the SuperHomes Scheme click here click here