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Monthly Archives: October 2018

Tipperary Ag College Scoops National Award

Gurteen College were crowned Energy Team of The Year at last nights 2018 SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards which took place in the Mansion House, Dublin. Gurteen fought off competition from Musgrave and the Dublin Airport Authority to scoop the award. The college is a registered charity founded in 1947 and offers a range of recognised

Gurteen College Gearing Up For National Award Ceremony

Gurteen College are this week gearing up to attend the 2018 SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards on Thursday, 25th October. They have been shortlisted in the Energy Team of the Year category. The college is a registered charity founded in 1947 and offers a range of recognised Teagasc and other courses to people who intend making a

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

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

The opportunity of a strong Carbon Tax rise should not be wasted.

The October budget season is upon us, and as always, a number of proposals are aired in the media – kites flown in political speak. One that has been consistently flown high over the past few months has been the rise in taxes on carbon, with little or no negative reaction. It has been noted

Gurteen College Nominated In 2018 SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards

Gurteen College have been shortlisted in the Energy Team of the Year category for the 2018 SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards. The college is a registered charity founded in 1947 and offers a range of recognised Teagasc and other courses to people who intend making a career in either agriculture, equines or related services. In association with Tipperary