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Community Power is a partnership of community energy organisations right across Ireland working to create a sustainable energy future for their local areas.
Our mission is to help the next generation of renewable energy to be 100% community owned and for the people to benefit from it.
💨Aran Islands Energy Co-op, Galway
The co-op are planning for the islands to be free of fossil fuels by 2023. They have been working to retrofit their buildings and make them as energy efficient as possible. Their plans to build a wind turbine to power the three islands is well underway.
🌞 Claremorris & Western District Energy Co-op, Mayo
The co-op are developing plans for a solar park on the outskirts of town. A community owned Solar Park thatw as awarded in 2020 by RESS
Friends of the Earth
Friends of the Earth are a campaigning organisation, working for a just world where people and nature thrive. They work with communities and people to take action to respond to the climate crisis.
Community Power, Limerick
Community Power is Irelands first and only community owned and run energy supplier. Our flagship project is Templederry Community wind farm in County Tipperary. It has been operational since 2012.
Energy Communities Tipperary Co-operative
The co-op started as a community led, home insulation upgrade and retrofitting organisation. They operate in 8 communities in Tipperary and leverage funding from the SEAI retrofit grants to help homeowners and local businesses and community buildings upgrade their buildings.
🌞 Dunmore Sustainable Energy Community, Galway
The results of the first Renewable Electricity Support Scheme Auction (RESS 1) were announced and Dunmore was one of the winners for a Community owned Solar Park
Tait House, Limerick
Tait House, Limerick is a community development co-operative whose mission is to generate enterprise, employment and training opportunities through the provision of services for the people of Limerick.
SCAN, Milltown, Galway
Sustainable Community Area Network (SCAN) in Milltown is proud of the work we do and the goal we set to help reach our 2030 climate action targets Ireland has set. We are apart of that movement. email@example.com
💨 Templederry Wind Farm, Tipperary
Templederry wind farm is Ireland’s first and only community owned wind farm. It consists of two turbines with an output of 4.6 MW, and has been generating renewable energy since 2015.
Dublin Food Co-op
Dublin Food Co-op is a community-led food co-operative based in Kilmainham, Dublin 8. We have been committed to providing wholesome, affordable and sustainable food to our members and wider community for over 40 years. Anyone can become a member, and everyone is welcome to shop with us.
The Urban Co-op, Limerick
At The Urban Co-op in Limerick we believe in the power of community and know that we can achieve many things when we harness this energy in positive ways!
This is why we are delighted to have signed up with Community Power. Together we are stronger!
We were delighted when we found out how easy it is to switch electricity supplier to CommunityPower.ie. It’s great to know that Patagonia Dublin’s electricity needs are met using renewable energy & our bills benefit local communities. As well as supporting communities, this moves us one simple, yet significant, step closer to reaching Patagonia’s goal to become carbon neutral across the whole business & supply chain, worldwide, by 2025.
Dingle Hub, Kerry
Dingle Peninsula 2030 is an initiative for a more environmentally and economically sustainable future on the Dingle Peninsula. The goal is to transition our beautiful peninsula to a low-carbon society.
Lower Achill Community Hall, Mayo
Switching to an energy provider that’s community focused and sustainably sourced and very competitively priced made sense for our community centre especially as we embark on becoming a community broadband connection point.
Clooney-Spancilhill Community Development Group, Clare
Being apart of the community energy movement in Ireland is allowing us to take ownership of our community energy needs. Community Power has been a great motivation and guidance. We support communities coming together to generate sustainable living.
Bere Island Energy Group, Cork
‘ Bere Island Energy Group have just started their SEAI Sustainable Energy Community journey by arranging for an Energy Master Plan in 2021. We have also engaged with Community Power as a renewable energy option for residents and businesses. Over time, we would like to transition all of Bere Island to renewable energy and to more efficient energy usage. We also aim to be in line with Ireland’s 2030 energy goals.’