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Paul Kenny on 2040 National Planning Framework

On February 16 the government launched the 2040 national planning framework. This plan identifies a large capital investment in climate adaptation and mitigation. As part of this plan, the government recognised the partnership of Tipperary County Council, Limerick Institute of Technology and Tipperary Energy Agency as crucial to supporting Tipperary on its low carbon journey.

  • Date
    February 17th, 2018
  • Category
    News

Our C.E.O, Paul Kenny to attend Oireachtas Committee

Our C.E.O, Paul Kenny attended the Oireachtas Committee on Communications Climate Action and Environment today (23rd January 2018). The session discussed Meeting Ireland’s targets under the 2020 Climate and Energy Package and Paul presented a submission on deep energy retrofit. It is critical, as part elimination of fossil Fuel carbon emissions that all homes include

  • Date
    January 23rd, 2018
  • Category
    News, Press

Our Highlights in 2017

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2017 was another busy year here at the agency. Here is a look back at some of our highlights.   European Investment Bank Assists in Tipperary’s Energy Transformation In September, the European Investment Bank (EIB) supported the implementation of Tipperary’s €37M investment programme in energy efficiency over the next 3 years. Tipperary joins London, Manchester and Paris

  • Date
    January 17th, 2018
  • Category
    News

Tipperary Energy Agency Expands Non-residential team.

Over the last number of years the Energy agency recognised a key need to provide detailed technical services to the non-residential and commercial sector for renovating and new build M&E services. We approach the challenge of renovating by addressing both fabric and services to minimise client costs and carbon footprint. We provide best practice energy

Tipperary Communities can avail of €10 Million Community Climate Action Loan Fund

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Climate change has a real impact on communities here in Ireland as well as internationally. Many community groups around the country are interested in contributing to a reduction in Ireland’s carbon footprint, as well as saving money through implementing cost effective energy-saving measures. Clann Credo has a designated Community Climate Action Loan Fund of €10

  • Date
    October 18th, 2017
  • Category
    News

Up to 50% Funding Available to Community Groups for Energy Projects

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Almost €6.5 million worth of energy upgrade work is coming to completion in Tipperary under the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland’s 2017 Better Energy Communities scheme. Tipperary Energy Agency is now calling on local community groups, sports facilities, private businesses and public sector organisations with potential energy efficiency upgrade projects for 2018 to get in

  • Date
    October 9th, 2017
  • Category
    News, Press

SEAI Better Energy Communities Funding 2018

Are you a business or community group looking to reduce your energy costs? Up to 50% funding is available for community groups, such as community halls, resource centres, schools, charity facilities and sports clubs. Up to 30% funding for the private sector such as, businesses, commercial buildings, nursing homes and hotels. Energy efficiency projects that

  • Date
    September 13th, 2017
  • Category
    News

Thousands Attend Energy in Agriculture 2017

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‘Energy In Agriculture 2017’ was officially opened by Denis Naughten TD, Minister for Communications, Climate Action and the Environment today, Tuesday, 22 August. Thousands of people attended the event which is taking place at Gurteen Agricultural College in County Tipperary. Speaking at the event Minister Naughten said that there are huge opportunities out there in