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Brigit’s Garden Awarded Funding for Renewable Energy Project

We’re working with Brigit’s Garden in Galway who have been awarded funding for a renewable energy project. Brigit’s Garden has been awarded funding of €60,000 from Science Foundation Ireland and the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland for the installation of renewable energy devices at the award-winning Celtic Gardens and Visitor Centre in Roscahill, Co. Galway.




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)




Cutting Through the Noise on Wind Energy

The repeated discussions in the Media in Ireland surrounding wind energy impact to local communities, with noise/ shadow flicker and economic benefits/costs being the two main themes. When we talk about Noise and shadow flicker, it’s a project specific fact based studies, where topography of the land, turbine size and local factors like planting make




Cutting Through the Noise on Wind Energy

The repeated discussions in the Media in Ireland surrounding wind energy impact to local communities, with noise/ shadow flicker and economic benefits/costs being the two main themes. When we talk about Noise and shadow flicker, it’s a project specific fact based studies, where topography of the land, turbine size and local factors like planting make




Wind Energy to save the Irish consumer €100million per annum

A new report commissioned by the IWEA (Irish Wind Energy Association) entitled; ‘The impact of wind on pricing within the Single Electricity Market’ has shown that 45% wind energy generation by 2020 will result in 11.5% savings in wholesale electricity prices. The report also outlines that wind energy will save the consumer €36 million by the end




Wind Energy – Northern Ireland Farmers Explore the Options

Conference in Northern Ireland explored the opportunities for using wind energy on farms.  The current supports in Northern Ireland make it much more viable to install such systems when compared to the situation in the Republic.  Read more here




Soapbox Competition on Wind Energy

As part of the Autumn Events hosted in collaboration with the Tipperary Libraries, Tipperary Energy Agency will be part of the Judging panel for the Soapbox competition this coming Friday 12 November 2010  at 7pm in the Thurles Library. The competition is organised by the Europe Direct network and the theme is of the competition




Soapbox Competition on Wind Energy

As part of the Autumn Events hosted in collaboration with the Tipperary Libraries, Tipperary Energy Agency will be part of the Judging panel for the Soapbox competition this coming Friday 12 November 2010  at 7pm in the Thurles Library. The competition is organised by the Europe Direct network and the theme is of the competition is “Wind Energy- the