The SuperHomes team explains how our home retrofit process works, from application to survey to design and works. 35% funding is available in 2020. Apply here.
Ali chats about her experience of retrofitting her home through SuperHomes Ireland. Up to 35% funding is available to retrofit your home including; installing an air to water heatpump, windows and doors replacement and installing solar PV panels or solar panels.
We have just completed work on the oldest home to be retrofitted to A1 BER standard. The home was originally built in 1850. It is one of only 34 existing dwellings (not new builds) with a BER of A1 in Ireland and we are delighted to say we have added two in a week. The […]
The Government has today announced increased funding for energy efficiency measures. It estimates that the upgrade of 24,000 homes in 2020 can potentially be funded through a combination of SEAI grant schemes – The Better Homes Scheme (individual measures in private homes), The Warmer Homes scheme (low income homes) and Better Energy Communities (BEC). SuperHomes […]
Tipperary Energy Agency is very disappointed in the announcement yesterday on the status of the pilot deep retrofit program run by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI). It is clear that only a very small percentage of demand in 2019 is now going to be completed. The industry has been trying to get information […]
Our Programme Manager, Declan Daly and Customer Manager, David Flannery attended the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action on July 10th to discuss housing and retrofitting. “Not only does deep renovation improve the long-term health of occupants, decrease energy costs and reduce carbon emissions, it produces high quality job opportunities. The deep renovation of one […]
Our Retrofit Advisor, David Flannery was out on film location last week with RTE One Prime Time who will be featuring two homeowners who are currently upgrading their home to an A BER Rating thanks to Deep Retrofit funding from Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland and co funded by Electric Ireland and the European Unions […]
Tipperary Energy Agency’s CEO, Paul Kenny, presented to The Oireachtas Committee on Housing, Planning and Local Government on the 15th of May on how to support the improvement of Ireland’s housing stock from an energy point of view. Paul, founder of Superhomes presented the Superhomes experience and how it supported the deep renovation of homes […]
As the cold weather sets in, homeowners nationwide are urged to avail of up to 50% grants to carry out cost effective and sensible energy measures in their homes. These include insulation, window upgrades and advanced ventilation. Heat and hot water are provided by renewable energy technologies such as solar photovoltaic panels and heat pumps. […]
As we rapidly approach the fourth year of Tipperary Energy Agency’s SuperHomes project, we are delighted to announce that we are accepting applications for 2018. We are now offering homeowners the opportunity to retrofit their house to an A3 Building Energy Rating standard (BER) with up to 50% funded assistance. A SuperHome is a low […]