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Monthly Archives: April 2015

Tipperary Companies Urged to Reduce Energy Costs with the Launch of EECC

It is proven that energy costs is one of the highest costs for SME’s in Ireland. As a result, Tipperary SME’s who are interested in reducing their energy usage and save on energy costs are being urged to register for free energy management support. These support programmes are being offered to SME’s in Tipperary by

Green Trip to Holland with Tipperary Energy Agency

As part of the Grundtvig Learning Partnership, eight lucky applicants traveled, along with Tipperary Energy Agency’s Richard Morton, to Holland earlier in the month. Some of the highlights of the trip included visits to De Cluft, which is a social initiative/community centre. De Cluft has been active since 1977 and plays an important role for

Tipperary County Council on Track to Meet Energy Targets

Tipperary County Council is on track to meet their target of reducing energy by 33% by the year 2020. The SEAI report on Energy Use in the Public Sector, published this week, outlines energy data from across the public sector and confirms Tipperary is making good progress towards targets. The newly merged Tipperary County Council

Reducing Your Energy Costs with Photovoltaic Energy

Tipperary Energy Agency yesterday, April 15th, held a seminar entitled ‘Reducing Your Energy Costs with Photovoltaic Energy’.  The idea for the seminar came about after we received many queries from people who wanted to know more about the Tipperary County Councils recent PV project – the largest of its kind in Ireland. The aim of

Danish District Heating Experts Back in Ireland to Deliver Training

This 3 day 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