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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

  • Date
    October 10th, 2018
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    News

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

  • Date
    October 5th, 2018
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    News

Gurteen College Nominated In 2018 SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards

gurteen college

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

  • Date
    October 3rd, 2018
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    News

Paul Kenny Presents to International Energy Agency Heat Pump Research Seminar

Demand Control Ventilation (DCV) Tipperary healthy homes

Tipperary Energy Agency CEO, Paul Kenny presented at the International Energy Agency Heat Pump Research Seminar which took place yesterday, September 25th in the BEIS Conference Centre in London. Attendees at the conference heard about current and future heat pump research through the International Energy Agency Heat Pumping Technologies (IEA-HPT) Technology Collaboration Programme (TCP). Mr

  • Date
    September 27th, 2018
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    News

SuperHomes Launches a call for Homes for it’s 5th Year.

The Deep retrofit program SuperHomes Ireland run by the non profit Tipperary Energy Agency is now open for 2019. Homeowners can benefit by up to 50% grants for deep retrofitting their home to an A3 rating, and the SuperHomes Ireland initiative aims to support homeowners through the challenging process of understanding, designing and delivering deep

  • Date
    August 31st, 2018
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    News

Would you like to attend a Biomass Heating International Training Seminar at a subsidised cost?

Biomass Heating – Market Development and Technologies International Training Seminar Would you like to attend an International Training Seminar on Biomass Heating at a subsidised cost? We are offering a limited number of people the chance to attend the seminar in Linz, Austria. The seminar offers; 3 densely-filled days with information and know-how on the

Tell us what you know about the Energy Transition in Tipperary

energy transition

The ‘Energy Transition’ in Tipperary refers to County Tipperary’s journey to a more sustainable future and a move away from fossil fuels. This is part of a radical transformation regarding Ireland’s Energy System. The country will be required to meet new Climate Policy objectives which will result in a transformative low carbon energy system by

  • Date
    August 9th, 2018
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    News

Tipperary Energy Agency wins social enterprise award

social enterprise

  We are delighted to announce that we are one of 22 successful awardees of the €1.6 million Social Enterprise Development Fund and have won a place on Ireland’s prestigious Accelerator Programme designed specifically for social enterprises. The fund was set up to support social enterprises from across the country to achieve their goals and

  • Date
    August 7th, 2018
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    News