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TINI submission to Green Paper on Energy consultation

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Hi folksI'm sure there's plenty more that could have gone in but I tried to keep it simple.Theresa…Continue

One week left to submit YOUR wishes for Ireland's National Energy Policy

Started this discussion. Last reply by TINIreland Jul 23. 1 Reply

I always find the last week is the most productive when it comes to writing any submission. Ideas and thoughts have been formulating, perhaps some notes taken, but during the final week it all goes…Continue

Correspondence with NESC - National Economic and Social Council on June 9 2014

Started this discussion. Last reply by Theresa Jun 21. 1 Reply

I sent this to NESC, National Economic and Social Council, via email today. It evolved out of our meeting on May 24th when we unanimously agreed to support the work of the People's Energy Charter in…Continue

Tags: NESC, policy, plan, transition, energy

CALL FOR REVIEW OF NATIONAL ENERGY PLANNING

Started this discussion. Last reply by Theresa Feb 21. 3 Replies

A number of Transition Initiatives and members are supporting, participating in and promoting the development of ‘The People’s Charter on Renewable Energy’ (PCRE) initiated by a conference organised…Continue

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manus commented on TINIreland's event 'People's Energy Charter - Taking it to the Next Level'
"alex, "why dont you come along and find out all about it"sounds more like a religous 'invite',than a political meeting.Anyways,I find with many things at the moment, information,can be hard gathered.I believe the government,apart…"
Nov 19
TINIreland commented on TINIreland's event 'People's Energy Charter - Taking it to the Next Level'
"Sorry my name is Alex, I forget I'm signed in as TINI, and I'm not really in a position to answer definitively, as for your comment it seems quite ridiculous... "Also,your reply sounds like in invite to a Scientology meeting or some…"
Nov 18
manus commented on TINIreland's event 'People's Energy Charter - Taking it to the Next Level'
"To answer your question first,it cost too much,either petrol or travel money.I live 100 miles from the capital.So its a long way to go,to answer a few simple query. Also,your reply sounds like in invite to a Scientology meeting or some other whacky…"
Nov 18
TINIreland commented on TINIreland's event 'People's Energy Charter - Taking it to the Next Level'
"Why don't you come along and find out all about it Manus."
Nov 18
manus commented on TINIreland's event 'People's Energy Charter - Taking it to the Next Level'
"who are the big stakeholders/advisory boards etc that decide the national energy strategy/plan????????"
Nov 18
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People's Energy Charter - Taking it to the Next Level at Unite the Union HQ, (off O'Connell St, opposite Arnotts car-park, on the Luas red line).

November 29, 2014 from 10:30am to 4pm
The People’s Energy Charter (PEC) has been forging a position in the national energy arena over the past year.  You are invited to join fellow members of the PEC community on Saturday 29th November to decide on our objectives for the coming year and the organisational form that will consolidate PEC's role as an indispensable voice on community engagement in the energy transition.LINK to…See More
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"Hi John Welcome to our network.. Best wishes Alex as TINI"
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TINI submission to Green Paper on Energy consultation

Hi folksI'm sure there's plenty more that could have gone in but I tried to keep it simple.TheresaSubmission%20Green%20Paper%20on%20Energy%20July%202014.pdfSee More
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One week left to submit YOUR wishes for Ireland's National Energy Policy

I always find the last week is the most productive when it comes to writing any submission. Ideas and thoughts have been formulating, perhaps some notes taken, but during the final week it all goes on paper ready for the deadline.This is that week for the green paper on energy. Submissions are due on July 30th. Energy underpins everything in transition so your input is vital in steering national policy towards a…See More
Jul 23
TINIreland replied to TINIreland's discussion One week left to submit YOUR wishes for Ireland's National Energy Policy
"I have not had much time but here are some notes I have been making in order to write the Tini or Leaf submissions. All advice, input, edits, inclusions welcome: It is quite clear that the public must be involved in shaping energy policy in…"
Jul 23
TINIreland posted a discussion

One week left to submit YOUR wishes for Ireland's National Energy Policy

I always find the last week is the most productive when it comes to writing any submission. Ideas and thoughts have been formulating, perhaps some notes taken, but during the final week it all goes on paper ready for the deadline.This is that week for the green paper on energy. Submissions are due on July 30th. Energy underpins everything in transition so your input is vital in steering national policy towards a…See More
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TINIreland replied to Theresa's discussion National risk Assessment consultation
"This was sent in on June 30th as a joint submission Draft National Risk Assessment - Joint Submission, June 2014 Page 2 – Introduction  Page 3 – Background including observations of the draft NRA Page 4 – Risks…"
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At 14:57 on January 20, 2014, Cristina Bajet Mestre said…

Thanks Alex! :)

Keep in touch! I sent you a friend invitation with my details!

Best to all,

Cristina

At 14:52 on January 18, 2014, Cristina Bajet Mestre said…

Hi all!

I am currently living in Dublin and I wold love to participate actively to transition ireland. Last year I traveled around Africa and North America (EEUU and México) visiting and reporting about sustainable initiatives. There are 5 of us in the Buscant Llavors association that I co-founded in Barcelona. Our viu is that the world is already changing and it is changing thanks to local initiatives all over the world. We report those initiatives hping that people can learn all over the world about what other people are doing.

Would anybody like to explain the project to me and potentially create a video explaining what and how transition ireland works? You can see an example of what we did in: www.buscantllavors.org/en

I believe we should talk about people creating a better world and promote this movements! :D

Best and looking forward to sharing ideas with you,

Cristina

At 12:17 on January 17, 2014, Terry MacDermott said…

Thanks for the welcome! Good to be here.

Terry

At 10:55 on October 4, 2013, Cathal Monaghan said…

Hi All,

I'm the voluntary coordinator of the Men's Shed in Letterkenny and we are keen to harvest the rain water for the shedm we have no experience in this or much money any information greatly appreciated, Cathal

 

At 10:40 on July 12, 2013, Pat Kennedy said…

Thanks Theresa, looking forward to seeing what goes on here

At 18:06 on June 20, 2013, Purr Jones said…

Many thanks! Great webpage :)

At 12:24 on March 19, 2013, Mick McGinn said…

thank you for accepting us for membership looking forwards to sharing ideas for a sustainable future for our island. Mick F.Y.S... 

At 10:11 on March 11, 2013, annabel lynch said…

Thanks TINIreland,

Looking forward to finding out more.

Annabel

 

At 20:02 on February 15, 2013, Brian Whelan said…

Thanks for the welcome

At 14:29 on July 26, 2012, Ryan said…

Hi, thanks for the welcome! I fixed my profile pic, I didn't nick yours, it was added automatically! I'm glad to be here, thanks for having me :)

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