Contractors 2021 – 2022

October 13, 2020

Seeking to Recruit Contractors for Retrofit Work in Tipperary  Introduction: Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative in its role of improving the energy performance of Tipperary and surrounding local areas seeks to appoint a number of contractors to deliver retrofit services to houses, private businesses and community buildings in Tipperary and beyond to substantially improve their energy […]

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Wanted – Homeowners, businesses and community buildings wishing to avail of Grant Funding for Insulation and Energy Upgrades

October 6, 2020

  Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative (ECTC) are now seeking homeowners, businesses and community buildings who wish to avail of grant funding to carry out retrofit measures and energy upgrades on buildings throughout Co. Tipperary.    ECTC is a community led, home insulation upgrade and retrofitting organisation which provides a One Stop Shop Retrofit Service. This […]

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Energy Transition Online Meeting – How Tipperary Communities Can Benefit

September 15, 2020

Community activists and volunteers are invited to a web-meeting entitled “The Energy Transition – How Your Community Can Benefit” on Tuesday September 22nd from 7.30-9pm. This online event will be an introduction for community groups interested in developing local energy projects. Participants can find out what help there is for groups under the SEAI Sustainable […]

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Drombane Upperchurch Energy Team featured on Tipp Mid-West Radio

September 3, 2020

Listen to the story of Drombane/Upperchurch Energy Team as featured on Tipp Mid-West Radio on Tuesday night 1st September, which was broadcast as part of the ‘Together, Stronger’ series. This was an excellent initiative by the local community which was setup to reduce the amount of money leaving the local economy in the form of energy and fuel […]

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EPA Report ‘Responding to the Energy Transition in Ireland: The Experience and Capacity of Communities’ features ECTC and member communities

August 31, 2020

Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative (ECTC) along with member communities of Drombane/Upperchurch and Birdhill feature strongly in a recently published EPA Report ‘Responding to the Energy Transition in Ireland: The Experience and Capacity of Communities’ The report examines the role of citizens and communities in the energy transition to a low carbon future which are seen […]

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Loughmore-Castleiney Sustainable Energy Community Webinar 14th July

July 8, 2020

There is a public energy information webinar being organised by Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative in association with Loughmore-Castleiney Sustainable Energy Community (SEC) on 14th July at 7.30pm. Householders will be introduced to the plan for Loughmore’s Sustainable Energy Masterplan by ORS Consulting Engineers and learn about saving money on energy costs and home heating, details […]

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Energy Information Webinar Recording from Templemore

May 15, 2020

There was a public energy information webinar organised by Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative (ECTC) in association with Templemore Community Development Association (TCDA) on Thursday 14th May. Householders learned about how to save money on energy costs and home heating, details of grants available for energy upgrades and community owned renewable energy projects. The event was […]

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Energy Information Webinar 14th May 2020

May 11, 2020

There is a public energy information webinar being organised by Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative in association with Templemore Community Development Association and Community Power on Thursday 14th May at 7.30pm. Householders will learn about how to save money on energy costs and home heating, details of grants available for energy upgrades and community owned renewable […]

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7% increase in Domestic BER audits in January-March 2020 Nationwide

April 16, 2020

There were 20,995 Building Energy Rating (BER) audits reported in quarter one 2020 compared with 19,617 in January to March 2019 (see Table 1). This is an increase of 7% and could be due to factors such as an increase in new dwellings, updating of old BER certificates, and new renovation work. Dwellings built in […]

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Webinar to focus on Energy Democracy in Local Communities, so everyone has access to Community Power

March 16, 2020

An online webinar aimed at discussing how we can build energy democracy in local communities so that everyone has access to community power will be held on Tuesday, March 24th. Co-hosted by Tipperary Energy Agency and Friends of the Earth Ireland, the webinar will be free to join but places are limited so registration is essential. Community-owned energy […]

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