The 2015 Tipperary Warmer Homes Scheme is closed. Check here for updates Do You Know Someone that Deserves a Warm Home this Winter? • Deadline Approaching for the Tipperary Warmer Homes Scheme • Help Vulnerable People Stay Warm this Winter Under the 2015 Tipperary Warmer Homes Scheme, eligible homeowners in Tipperary can get their homes
The 2015 Tipperary Warmer Homes scheme is now closed. Check for updates here Homeowners in Tipperary can now avail of a subsidised insulation scheme as part of the 2015 Tipperary Warmer Homes Scheme. This will make homes warmer and more comfortable to live in, plus cheaper to run. The following is included in this scheme:
This course is part of a series of training opportunities that will bring some of the best international experience in district heating to Ireland. It is organised as part of the European SmartReFlex project, which includes Irish partners Tipperary Energy Agency, Kerry County Council and XD Consulting. Smart Reflex aims to support the development of district
******The 2014 Tipperary Warmer Homes Scheme is closed – please check here for updates ****** 150 homes throughout County Tipperary will be warmer and healthier this Christmas as a result of the successful completion of the pilot 2014 Tipperary Warmer Homes Scheme. The recently completed insulation scheme included attic insulation, cavity wall insulation and a
‘Financing and Organising District Heating Projects in Ireland – Best Practice Lessons from Denmark’ training course will take place in Manor West Hotel, Tralee, Co. Kerry, December 8 & 9 2014. This course is part of a series of training opportunities that will bring some of the best international experience in district heating to Ireland.
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
What is the Tipperary Warmer Homes Scheme? The current scheme is now FULL. If you are interested in future schemes please email firstname.lastname@example.org , 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
As of today (April 17th 2014) for the first time small renewable energy generators in Ireland will be able to sell electricity on the Single Electricity Market (SEM). The Single Electricity Market is the wholesale electricity market operating across the island of Ireland. Templederry Renewable Energy Supply Ltd, trading as CRES (Community Renewable Energy Supply)