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Tipperary Energy Agency in the News 2014

2014 was another busy year for the agency with many different projects being carried out as well as moving to our new offices at Erasmus Smith House. You can read all about our new offices here and learn about the biomass boiler which was installed here. Here are some of our news stories from throughout




Small Irish Renewable Energy Generators to Sell Power for the First Time

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)




European visitors impressed with the diversity of community-based sustainability in Tipperary

Two delegations of over 60 European visitors took part in tours of Tipperary’s renewable energy sites during St Patrick’s week.  Visitors from Italy, Belgium, Holland, Turkey, Finland, Hungary, Spain and Germany took in sites such as Templederry Community Wind Farm, Cloughjordan Ecovillage and renewable energy installations at Gurteen Agricultural College. Dr. Vincent Carragher, Energy Manager




Watch Templederry Community Wind Farm & Drombane Upperchurch Energy Team on Eco Eye

Last night’s Eco Eye Programme ‘Community Energy’ featuring Tipperary community energy projects Templederry Community Wind Farm and Drombane-Upperchurch Energy Team. This episode features an interview with our CEO Paul Kenny.   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncAVVRaIJ78&feature=youtu.be&a