In the past few months electricity prices have increased due to the wholesale ma [...]
At Community Power, we seek to provide the community with a meaningful structure [...]
Join Minister Eamon Ryan, campaigner Molly Walsh, a Community Power representati [...]
Community Power Success! New support for community owned renewables puts power in the people’s hands
The results of the first Renewable Electricity Support Scheme Auction (RESS 1) w [...]
The video recording of the webinar on Energy Democracy and Community Power is no [...]
The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruto [...]
The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment has said that it [...]
The Government are consulting on the next renewable electricity support schem [...]
Join us for a Free Tour of Templederry Wind Farm, Ireland's first community owne [...]
Today, Community Power was granted a licence to become a large utility supplier. [...]
Our partners John Fogarty and Paul Kenny were called as expert witnesses today t [...]
A day after youth-led global climate strikes, several hundred young activists in [...]
A new platform for selling and trading renewable electricity is on the horizon, and is due to be developed over the next few years with blockchain-enabled software which will enable peer to peer energy trading among citizens, communities and co-operatives.
Oireachtas Committee on Communications, Climate Action and Environment debate the Microgeneration Support Scheme Bill
On March 5th, the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Communications, Climate Action and Environment debated the Microgeneration Support Scheme Bill. The bill would force energy providers to buy electricity produced by 'microgenerators' including small communities, clubs and schools.