|Project Code & Name
||Main Counties to Benefit
||Summary and Presentation
||Grant Amount €
|25: Producing and Promoting Green Energy Birr and South West Offaly (Strand 1 project)
||Birr 20:20 Vision Company Ltd.
||East Galway, North Tipperary, Offaly, Roscommon
||Feasibility study for anaerobic digestion and a training course and producer discussion group focused on energy crop production and anaerobic digestion. A training course and follow on producer discussion group focused on energy crop production and anaerobic digestion
|35.63.118: Rhode Green Energy Park Integration & Design Study
||Newleaf Energy Ltd.
||Project involves the completion of a detailed feasibility study. Study will examine the combination of renewable technologies to their current operation and study the overall carbon abatement ability of these new technologies
|36: Alektra - Feasibility Study Stage 2 (Strand 1 project)
||Lumcloon Energy Ltd.
||Feasibility study to identify technologies to build a hydrogen power plant in West Offaly
|38: Lanesboro Anerobic Digestion Facility – Feasibility Study (Strand 1 project)
|| Longford County Council
||Feasibility study into the potential establishment of an Anaerobic Digestion facility on lands on the current site of Lough Ree Power
|113: Lough Ree Technology Cluster Study (Strand 1 project)
||John Hanley, FDT Consulting Engineers & PM Ltd.
||The study is to investigate how a technology cluster could be established in Lanesborough / Ballyleague, integrated with clean energy sources and a focus on the bioeconomy and integrating enterprises from a circular economy perspective
|130: PolySafe (Strand 1 project)
||RR Power Projects Ltd.
||Kildare, Laois, Longford, Offaly, Westmeath
||Feasibility study into the transferable knowledge from pulp and paper and waste water
|150: Community Led Just Transition North Tipperary: Home Upgrades - Phase 1
||Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative CLG
||Project will mobilise community-led energy efficiency in communities affected by peat plant closures. Phase 1 is Animation and Assessment and will involve informing the public, technical assessments, and enlisting household
|161: Midlands Bioenergy Development Project
||Irish Bioenergy Association
||All eight counties
||Project will deliver a bioenergy knowledge transfer programme on opportunities in biomass production, biogas production, wood fuel and energy crop processing and production and biochar production and usage. Will link producers, processing business, energy users and investors and includes a mentoring programme for 12 start-ups in the midlands