Tipperary Energy Agency

The Tipperary Energy Agency (TEA) was established in March 1998 as a partnership between two Local Authorities North Tipperary County Council, and South Tipperary County Council, and the local third level learning institute, Tipperary Institute.

Tipperary Energy Agency

Tipperary Energy Agency has been successfully supporting Tipperary to reduce its energy demand for over 20 years. The agency has a proven ability in enabling people, communities and the public sector to become more sustainable in their energy use.

Our mission is to lead the delivery of sustainable energy solutions in Tipperary and beyond, by advocating, educating and innovating on climate action.

Our vision is that all communities, businesses and citizens participate in the energy transition and achieve carbon neutrality.

Activities

  • Energy Management in Local Authorities.
  • Community development of renewable energy.
  • Energy Management and efficiency.
  • Building and energy services
  • Training, events and education

In the news

SMART-SPACE: Smart lightning system for North-Western European cities

The SMART SPACE project promotes the uptake of smart lighting in small/mid size municipalities. Learn more about the outcome of the project during their webinar series.

SuperHomes2030 calls for creating an Observer Community

In the frame of the SuperHomes2030 project, the partners launch a study led by Tipperary Energy Agency, Ireland, which aims to create and develop a Deep Retrofit Community of Practice.

One small step for the Energy Agency, a giant leap for the Region

Go behind the scenes of Tipperary Energy Agency and Energikontor Norr PROSPECT workshops on facilitating new services in the Norrbotten region

ManagEnergy Expert Mission to FEWE

Expert Paul Kenny (TEA) was in Poland on 23-25 to lead the 14th ManagEnergy Expert Mission at Polish Foundation for Energy Efficiency

Best Practices

Tipperary County Council generates renewable energy from Solar photovoltaic panels at a landfill site

Tipperary County Council generates renewable energy from Solar photovoltaic panels at a landfill site

See how Tipperary County Council generates renewable energy by using local assets such as landfill sites.