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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Tipperary leading the way in Ireland’s fledgling energy transition

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action visit Tipperary November 27th, saw members of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action visit Tipperary. A groundswell of community-led action, supported by Tipperary County Council, Tipperary Energy Agency and local skills, training and education has created a small but significant low-carbon ecosystem. First the group visited a home

Double celebrations for Moyne student at recent graduation ceremony

It was double celebrations for Moyne student, David Broderick recently as he graduated from Limerick Institute of Technology and was also presented with the Tipperary Energy Agency Award. At a graduation ceremony on November 16th, David was conferred with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) Environmental and Natural Resource Management. He was also presented with the

Homeowners nationwide urged to avail of energy efficient grants to beat the cold winter snap

As the cold weather sets in, homeowners nationwide are urged to avail of up to 50% grants to carry out cost effective and sensible energy measures in their homes. These include insulation, window upgrades and advanced ventilation. Heat and hot water are provided by renewable energy technologies such as solar photovoltaic panels and heat pumps.

Heavily subsidised energy audits for North Tipp Community Groups

Tipperary Energy Agency, in partnership with the NTLP, are delighted to announce that they are offering North Tipperary based community groups and sports clubs the chance to get energy audits worth €1,500 carried out on their building for only €500. The energy audit will determine potential energy saving opportunities which could be made in the