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Home Insulation Grants available from Tipperary Communities Working Together

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

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Posted in 2017 Scheme, Grants, Householders, Insulation

​Home Energy Opportunities under Community-Led Scheme

Grants of 35% and 80% are still available for homes seeking insulation, stoves and boilers for their homes under funding secured by Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative (ECTC). Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative (ECTC) is a not-for-profit community-run company set up between

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Posted in 2016 Scheme, Grants, Insulation

ECTC Co-op 2015 Achievements – Saving Energy & Creating Jobs

Photo of the attendees from ECTC’s end of year meeting. They are (left to right) as follows: Gearóid Fitzgibbon, Kathleen Doorley, Michael Connolly, Alan Madden, Martin O’Donoghue, Noel Byrne, Aileen Campion, Margret O’Brien, Jackie Hogan, Claire Ryan and John Smith.

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Posted in 2015 Scheme

29% Grants Still Available under Community Insulation Scheme

Grants of 29% are still available for homes seeking insulation, stoves and boilers their homes under funding secured by Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative. The goal of these community-run schemes is to save energy and create work in the area. Since

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Posted in Animation, Community Energy

Opportunity for Community Groups with an interest in Energy

Energy Communities Tipperary (ECT) is an initiative seeking to create energy self sufficiency for communities in Tipperary by harnessing supports available through the Better Energy Communities scheme run by Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI). Since 2011, volunteers from 4

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Posted in Energy Team, Householders

Promoting Community Energy in Scotland

Follow this link for info on the #CommunityPower project Scotland which aims to promote locally-owned, decentralised renewable schemes. http://t.co/0flXxbO9qz (Check out @FoEScot on Twitter)

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Posted in Community Energy, Energy Policy

Resources for Starting a Community Energy Scheme

Some great tips and resources here from Brighton Energy Co-operative

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Posted in Animation, Energy Team, Funding/Bridging Finance

Update on Community Energy Animation (Kilcommon)

Check out this link to a One pager summary of how the scheme works: http://db.tt/2DWzzyyj (Idea of Fr. WOODS) Also here is an update on recent meetings held in Kilcommon Hall http://www.bit.ly/kcom2

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