The Trip To Tipp – Templederry Wind Farm

On a chilly morning the 2nd April 2022 members of the Mullingar SEC joined a number of SECs from the Midlands for a version of the ‘Trip to Tipp’ to admire the work communities have completed regards renewable energy and retrofitting.  Community Power hosted the group first in Templederry and explained how the community in the […]

Introduction to the SEC

Generating a brighter future for Mullingar   Introduction to the Mullingar Sustainable Energy Community The Mullingar Sustainable Energy Community (SEC) has a powerful story to tell about the future of Mullingar. It starts with the challenge that faces us all: how can we reduce our reliance on fossil fuels and transition to renewable sources of […]

Grid Connection offered to Mullingar Community Project

PRESS RELEASE 21th December 2021 GRID CONNECTION OFFERED TO WESTMEATH’S FIRST 100% COMMUNITY-OWNED SOLAR PARK Last week, the ESB announced the latest batch of renewable energy projects around the country that will be offered a connection to the National Grid over the coming years. Among them is a proposed 5MW solar park in Marlinstown on […]

Tackling Climate Change is Good for Business

The inaugural public event of the Mullingar Sustainable Energy Community which took place last Thursday night (11th November 2021) in the Annebrook House Hotel heard from a range of experts about how tackling climate change can be good for business. Over 30 attendees ventured out into the wind and rain to attend the highly successful […]

Event – Save money on your Business Energy Costs

CALLING ALL BUSINESSES IN THE MULLINGAR AREA! Is Your Business Spending Too Much Money on Energy? If the answer to this question is ‘Yes’, then you should come along to the Annebrook House Hotel on 11th November 2021 from 7pm to 8:30pm for an information and consultation evening on what practical steps you can take […]

Mullingar SEC – Energy Master Plan

Mullingar Sustainable Energy Community (SEC) has recently applied for regional funding to SEAI for an Energy Master Plan. The aim of an Energy Master Plan is to allow a community to understand its’ current and future energy needs (in electricity, heat and transport) in order for the community to make informed decisions and prioritise actions. […]