Tipperary Energy Agency is an independent social enterprise that focusses on driving the energy transition through the provision of expertise, innovation and strong customer service.
Our customers are communities, businesses, citizens and the public sector.
Founded in 1998 by the Tipperary Local Authorities and the then Tipperary Institute, we have a proven track record in enabling our customers to become more sustainable energy users.
We enable local authorities, communities and businesses to deliver renewable energy projects and become more energy efficient.
We focus on innovation and best practice, and have been at the forefront of the development of community energy production in Ireland.
We collaborate with third level institutions on national and European research and demonstration projects. We have successfully completed over 40 European projects, most recently focussing on scaling up the energy transition.
We support the European Commission in building capacity for the energy transition throughout Europe by sharing our knowledge, leadership and experience, and mentoring other agencies.
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We focus on innovation and best practice in delivering projects that chart a path for communities, business and citizens to net carbon neutrality.
We provide a range of building design and energy services to improve the energy performance of existing and new buildings, offering clients a truly turnkey energy efficiency service.
Our clients can be confident in our renewable energy expertise and our turnkey service which includes consultancy, detailed design, public procurement, tendering, project management and grant coordination.
As a social enterprise, working on community energy projects across Ireland is an integral part of what we do. We support communities in shaping the energy transition.
We organise events and training for communities, SMEs, energy professionals and citizens across Ireland. We have demonstrated our work to policy makers, industry representatives and the media.
Our partnerships are examples of pioneering projects working to accelerate the energy transition and a low carbon future in Ireland.
Sustainable Tipp is a partnership of Tipperary County Council, Tipperary Energy Agency & more. Delivering Tipperary’s Sustainable Energy Action Plan to achieve a low carbon economy for citizens & communities.Visit Sustainable Tipp
Electric Ireland SuperHomes aims to give homeowners the opportunity to retrofit their house to an A building energy rating standard. To date over 300 homes have undergone deep retrofit since the inception of the scheme in 2015.Visit Electric Ireland Superhomes
Energy 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.Visit Energy in Agriculture
Community Power is Ireland’s first community owned electricity supplier. They are a partnership of community energy groups working for a sustainable energy future for Ireland. They grew out of Ireland’s first community owned wind farm, Templederry Wind Farm in Co Tipperary.Visit Community Power
Who we’ve worked with
“We got in touch with Tipperary Energy Agency to see if they could help, we liked what we heard and the idea of them project managing the whole job for us was great as it is not our area of expertise. I would be more than happy to recommend Tipperary Energy Agency for anyone considering a similar project.”
“There is a lot of paperwork involved in applying for the grant and Tipperary Energy Agency’s knowledge and understanding of the process really took the pressure off us as and they guided us through the whole process.”
“There is a lot of administration and project management involved with any grant scheme such as this and that can be overwhelming for a voluntary committee. That is why it was so good to have the support of Tipperary Energy Agency to assist us and take on the project management. Only a phone call away.”
“The ability to have Tipperary Energy Agency project manage the whole project meant that we could conduct a project that was too big for us to project manage ourselves.”