Over 80 Tipperary people learn about energy efficient grants during Sustainable Energy Week

To celebrate Sustainable Energy Week 2019, Sustainable Tipp held a series of events around the county to inform the people of Tipperary about the different grants and funding options available to carry out energy efficient upgrades. Information events were held in Nenagh, Clonmel and Thurles libraries aimed at homeowners, sports club, businesses, and community groups. […]

Breakfast meeting on waste water treatment and valorisation of by-products 20th March

Tipperary Green Business Network are hosting a breakfast meeting on waste water treatment and valorisation of by-products on Wednesday 20th March in the Horse & Jockey Hotel, Thurles. Attendance to the event is free and is open to all businesses across all sectors. This event is supported by Tipperary County Council as part of its […]

Moyne Templetuohy GAA Club plays host to the launch of Sustainable Tipp

“Sustainable Tipp – accelerating Tipperary’s transition to a sustainable, low carbon economy” Sustainable Tipp is the planned energy transformation of Tipperary’s housing, commercial, public and community buildings. It is an opportunity for communities, farmers, homeowners and business owners to save energy, save money and become more sustainable.   In 2017, Tipperary’s Sustainable Energy Action Plan […]

Tipperary based organisations invited to have their say on Sustainable Transport plans for the county.

In 2017, Tipperary’s Sustainable Energy Action Plan (SEAP) was formally adopted by Tipperary County Council. It is now time to review this plan for 2020. Tipperary based Hauliers, Licensed Operators, Public & Private Bus Operations and Large SMEs with fleet cars are invited to attend a half day workshop to have their say on sustainable […]

2,000 Tonnes of Co2 Emissions Reduced in 2018 thanks to Tipperary Energy Agency

As Ireland faces substantial fines for missing European carbon reduction targets by 2020, Tipperary Energy Agency are working towards a more sustainable Ireland. In 2018, the work of the agency helped to reduce 2,000 Co2 emissions and save 7million kWh of energy. Each year, Tipperary Energy Agency work with community groups, sports clubs, SMEs and […]

Tipperary County Council tops the list of Local Authorities leading the way with energy reductions

Tipperary County Council has taken top position among local authorities in the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland’s Annual Report on Public Sector Energy Efficiency Performance. In 2017, the council achieved a 46% reduction in energy use.   The announcement comes after members of the Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action visited Tipperary in late November to […]

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 […]

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

The deep retrofit program, SuperHomes Ireland run by the non profit Tipperary Energy Agency is open for applications for 2019   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 […]

Tipperary Agricultural College Scoops National Award

Gurteen College were crowned Energy Team of The Year at last night’s 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 […]

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 […]

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