Sports Energy Support Scheme
Application process re-opened!
The Government has announced the reopening of the application process for the Sports Energy Support Scheme.
The purpose of this scheme is to support clubs with the rising energy costs associated with the provision of sport.
I strongly encourage all sporting organisations and facility providers to contact their National Governing Body or the Local Sports Partnership to ensure that they avail of funding under this scheme.
To date, the Government has allocated €21m in funding to clubs and organisations throughout the country under Phase1 of the scheme.
Sporting organisations who have already received funding under Phase1 of the scheme, are now eligible to apply for funding to support their energy costs for April and May 2023.
Sports Clubs and organisations who did not make a previous application under Phase 1 can now make an application.
Community sporting facilities , not affiliated to a National Governing body, or who do not currently qualify for TBESS or other Government schemes, should also engage with their Local Sports Partnership to see if they are eligible to qualify for funding.
The closing date for applications to the Sports Energy Support Scheme is Friday, 26 May 2023.
If you are a member of a sports club or involved in a sports facility and require help or support in availing of this scheme, please get in touch with me at RayMcAdam@gmail.com.
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