Fermanagh House reduces Carbon Footprint


Fermanagh House, a social enterprise owned by local grant-making charity The Fermanagh Trust has made a £30,000 investment by installing solar panels in the community hub building in Enniskillen.


Thanks to installation by ‘Future Renewables’ based in Ballinamallard, Fermanagh House is now turning free and abundant natural energy into power. Reducing their dependence on non-renewable sources and banking ever-increasing energy savings for years and years to come.


Located at Broadmeadow Place in the heart of Enniskillen, Fermanagh House is a resource for the entire community and is utilised by various organisations and charities. Income from the facilities helps Fermanagh Trust reach even more local groups and charities with grant making. Fermanagh House provides outstanding conference / meeting / office facilities at extremely competitive prices.



Lauri McCusker Director of the Fermanagh Trust said “This investment in renewable technology panels at Fermanagh House is helping conserve energy, reduce CO2 Emissions and reduce our carbon footprint. We’re a large community facility and with the roof space available, it was the perfect for us to invest to save, particularly in regards to ever rising energy costs and the responsibility we all have to be more environmentally friendly.”


‘’The other important aspect of all of this as a social enterprise we want to do everything to keep our running costs as low as possible and therefore the costs to all tenants and user groups.” emphasised Lauri.


If you are interested in learning more from the Fermanagh Trusts experience or interested in supporting the social enterprise by hiring meeting rooms / office space please visit www.fermanaghhouse.org



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