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One year on – Sun is saving Tipperary €30,000 per year

photovoltaic

800 Solar panels installed one year ago are delivering 10% more electricity than previously expected.  Tipperary County Council is making significant savings of over €30, 000 per annum. Twelve months ago 800 photovoltaic solar panels were installed on 9 public buildings in towns across Tipperary. The buildings include fire stations, libraries, civic offices and a

Tipperary County Council Recognised at National Energy Awards

National-Energy-Awards

On Thursday November 20th Tipperary County Council won the Public Sector award at the National Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland awards ceremony. The council was applauded for being leaders with regard to energy management performance and in their uptake of renewable energy solutions. Tipperary County Council fought off strong competition from household names such as

Tipperary Commits to European Sustainable Energy Movement

Tipperary Commits to European Sustainable Energy Movement

Tipperary County Council has recently become a signatory of The Covenant of Mayors. The Covenant of Mayors is a mainstream European movement involving local and regional authorities, voluntarily committing to increasing energy efficiency and use of renewable energy in their territories. There are currently six other signatories in Ireland – Cork County, Dublin, Kerry County