We helped with some kit to explain wind energy using the ‘Firefly’ mini wind turbines and they look great on the RTE Jr programme “Let’s find out”. https://www.rte.ie/learn/2021/1109/1258756-lets-find-out-wind-turbine/ You can see the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayk18sc6adQ
We would like to thank Monaghan Integrated Development company (www.midl.ie) for organising and supporting the 2 nine week renewable energy courses which we have just completed. We would also like to thank all of our attendees and we wish them well in their future energy projects.
To begin to develop your projects with us please contact us at Paul(at)learnrenewables.com
The site visits for the MIDL Renewable Energy course will now be rearranged. Could you indicate your availability for the 26th of January, 2nd of February or the 9th of February by emailing email@example.com
MIDL Renewable Energy course recommences on the 10th of January at 7pm in Ballybay Wetlands Centre as usual. First week will be wind energy and storage and we’ll distribute a survey and assess site visit date suitability.
We are very happy to be working with MIDL on the delivery of some renewable energy training in County Monaghan with a view to supporting applications to the LEADER rural development programme. The courses will be starting in early November so please contact Patricia Woods at firstname.lastname@example.org to register
We have recently delivered a finalised Energy Master Plan to the Dunleer Sustainable Energy Community supported by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland. Dunleer SEC has been very active and now has a baseline of energy, costs and carbon from which to build its activities in coming years.