Solar Panels & Community Power

Solar Panels & Community Power

In this blog we’ll explore the new opportunities for community power, via community-owned energy assets, but first… Some updates from our Solar System As reported in a previous blog, GEAI now has its own 6 kW Solar Photovoltaic System installed on...
Ballinaglera Hall now powered by Solar!

Ballinaglera Hall now powered by Solar!

With the aid of LEADER funding, GEAI has commissioned and installed 20 solar panels on the roof of Ballinaglera Community Hall. Visible from the road, the panels are split between the East and West- facing roofs of the building.  The system produces a maximum of...
Check out our new website at goodenergiesalliance.ie

Check out our new website at goodenergiesalliance.ie

Our EVS volunteers have worked very hard in the last four months to completely transform our website and make it clean, clear and focused while being very visual and easy to navigate. It’s worth a look to see how our smart and creative volunteers can work together to...
GEAI and Ballinagleragh Community Hall get ‘greener’

GEAI and Ballinagleragh Community Hall get ‘greener’

As part of our commitment to a sustainable future GEAI has changed our electricity supplier to Templederry Renewable Energy Supply Ltd. T/A CRES (Community Renewable Energy Supply). This is the first ‘community’ owned and operated electricity supply company in Ireland...
Microgeneration and overviews for communities

Microgeneration and overviews for communities

Our microgeneration report, researched by our EVS volunteer Francesca Franzetti, is now published! This report gives an overview of microgeneration for non-technical readers. It deals with all aspects of microgeneration from policies to support mechanisms; from...