Grants of 35% & 80% are still available for homes seeking insulation, stoves and boilers their homes under the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland BETTER ENERGY COMMUNITY INSULATION SCHEME funding scheme secured by Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative (ECTC), a not-for-profit community run by a volunteer board of directors.
There is an 80% Grant for people in receipt of Fuel Allowance, Family income support, One parent families and Job seekers allowance for over six months with children under the age of 7. For all info, contact Marcella on 086 1080356 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The energy efficiency measures include: Attic Insulation/Cavity wall insulation, External wall insulation, Heat Pumps, Condensing Oil / Gas boilers, Room Heater Stoves (no back boilers), Heating control upgrades & Climotes, Chimney Draught Limiters.
A number of examples are given below of approximate costs, and grant back to the householders. These upgrades are based on a whole house solution and not just one room in your house being upgraded. Should you require more information please contact the project manager – Marcella Maher Keogh on 086 1080356 or email email@example.com or apply online : www.bit.ly/ectform2
Windows & Doors only allowed under 80% when getting external insulation. Houses requesting 2 or more measures will be prioritised
Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative (ECTC) is a not-for-profit community-run company, involving a number of voluntary community energy teams, and a volunteer board of directors. It was set up between a number of Tipperary voluntary parish groups to create community benefit through insulation and energy efficiency schemes. Our main website is www.energycommunties.wordpress.com The goal of these community-run schemes is to save energy and create work in the area.
Since 2012, ECTC and it’s member communities have secured funding from SEAI for INSULATION and ENERGY EFFICIENCY work. Since then the community volunteers have been hard at work, project manager Marcella Maher Keogh has been in contact with householders. Our panel of contractors, recruited through public tendering on E-Tenders, have been surveying the work to be done. This funding is open to homes in Tipperary and neighbouring areas. Works to be complete by mid-October 2017.
The Participating communities in Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative are:
Drombane Upperchurch: (Chairperson – Noel Byrne); Kilcommon Rearcross: (Chairperson – Noel McMahon,); Lorrha Rathcabbin (Chairperson – Alan Madden); Birdhill: (Chairperson – Aileen Campion); Borrisokane: (Chairperson – Miriam Lewis); Burgess/Kilcoleman (David Kyne); Terryglass/Puckane (Sean O’Meara/Darragh Egan). A number of other communities are also involved. This initiative is assisted by North Tipperary LEADER Partnership, with bridging finance provided by Clann Credo, the Social Investment Fund. Advice is provided by Tipperary Energy Agency. Overall funding provided by *Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI). Our Energy Supplier Partner on the Project is Electric Ireland.
Example 1: (2 Measures) Cavity Wall Insulation + Stove Average Cost (€3,950), 35% Grant cost = €2,574. 80% Grant cost = €790
Example 2: (3 Measures) Attic Insulation at ceiling level + Cavity Wall Insulation + Boiler & Heating controls Average Cost €11,000, 35% Grant cost = €7,150. 80% Grant cost =€2,200
Example 3: (3 Measures) Cavity Wall Insulation + Boiler & Heating Controls + Windows. Average Cost = €13,950, 35% Grant = €9,070. 80% Grant = €2,790
Example 4: (2 Measures) Windows & Doors + External Insulation. Average Cost €18,500. 35% Grant = €12,025. 80% Grant cost = €3,700
Example 5: (3 Measures) Attic Insulation at ceiling level +External Insulation + Stove. Average Cost= €18,950. 35% Grant cost = €12,320. 80% Grant Cost = €3,790