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About Tipperary Energy Agency

Tipperary Energy Agency has been successfully supporting Tipperary to reduce its energy demand for 20 years. The agency has a proven ability in enabling people, communities and the public sector to become more sustainable in their energy use.

We have identified a €500 million sustainable energy opportunity for the county and will continue to work to accelerate the transition of Tipperary to a low carbon future.

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We’ve worked on Local, National and European Projects

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Kenny Slams rural TD’s for short term electoral gain over Rural development and jobs

10th October 2018

There was much speculation about a rise in carbon tax in the lead up to yesterday’s budget, so it has come as a surprise to many that the Government did not introduce it. Earlier this week, Tipperary Energy Agency Chief Executive Paul Kenny urged the Government not to waste the opportunity for a strong carbon


August 2018
Tipp Tackles Climate Change Through Citizen Led Energy Conference
March 2018
Tipperary Energy Agency Celebrates 20th Anniversary
January 2018
Our C.E.O, Paul Kenny to attend Oireachtas Committee

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EE187 - Building Services Engineer

The agency is currently looking to recruit for the above position: More Information →

Our Initiatives

Citizens Leading the Energy Transition ConferenceSustainable Tipp is the planned energy transformation of Tipperary’s housing, commercial, public and community buildings over three years. It is an opportunity for communities, farmers, homeowners and business owners to save energy, save money and become more sustainable. Your Energy , Your Future. Check out the SustainableTipp website here.
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superhomes logo For the fourth successive year, Tipperary Energy Agency’s 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. Over 70 houses have been upgraded through SuperHomes since the scheme was first piloted back in 2015.

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Energy in Agriculture 2018Energy in Agriculture is  Ireland’s largest Energy Event for the Farming Community. The event is FREE to attend and all are welcome. Our goal is that everyone who attends, walks away with new knowledge, new contacts and new ideas. The event will take place again on August 21st 2018

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