Where does our energy come from?

Who makes it?

What does it actually cost?

What can we do?

How can we do it?

How can we make changes now?

What’s going on lads?

The Callan Energy Store is a playful, interactive space where you are invited to examine your energy consumption, explore the possibilities of your own energy production, and sign up to the

Callan Climate Accord

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Throughout April, The old Bacon Factory on Mill Lane in Callan will play host to talks, discussions, workshops and film screenings – all with one goal:

to improve the energy efficency of our town, for the benefit of all.

Way back in 1907 this building was home to ‘the Callan Powerhouse’ a locally owned electricity generating company that provided the wonders of electricity to a dozen local businesses, and provided public street lighting, long before such things illuminated other rural towns.  

We want to recharge the idea of locally produced and owned electricity generation, and empower our citizens to start making the changes we all need to see.

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CALLAN ENERGY STORE is a recipient of the inaugural Creative Climate Action fund, an initiative from the Creative Ireland Programme in collaboration with the Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications that supports creative, cultural and artistic projects that build awareness around climate change and empower citizens to make meaningful behavioural transformations.

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