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  • Our team of experts are committed to providing a comprehensive range of energy services to all sectors.

  • Tipperary Energy Agency is a social enterprise established to support sustainable energy projects in Tipperary and beyond

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Office Closed today – Sept 11

11th September 2014

Our office will be closed today September 11. We are moving to our new office today, the beautiful historical building Erasmus Smith House in Cahir, Co. Tipperary

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Event to Address Energy Skills Deficit of Irish Construction Workers

04th September 2014

Construction workers, designers, educators and policy makers will meet in Dublin to discuss how Ireland’s construction workers can acquire the skills required for the new rigorous energy efficient new construction and retrofit standards. The Conference – Better than Best Practice – Skills and Knowledge to Achieve Near Zero Energy Building, will consider one of the


August 2014
Places up for Grabs for Green Trip to Italy
April 2014
Small Irish Renewable Energy Generators to Sell Power for the First Time
March 2014
Tipperary Leading the Way Adopting BioEnergy
  • “Tipperary Energy Agency’s analysis was just right to make the right choice for a fraction of the cost of some feasibility studies”

    John Conroy, Procter & Gamble

  • “Without Tipperary Energy Agency’s support, we wouldn’t have built this project”

    John Fogarty, Templederry Community Wind Farm

  • “North Tipperary Local Authorities is making annual recurring savings of €700,000 and this achievement would not be possible with the significant input of Tipperary Energy Agency”

    Michael Woulfe, Tipperary County Council