Cork City Council has achieved international certification for its commitment to energy efficiency within the organisation and therefore to reducing its carbon footprint. The international ISO 50001 standard outlines international best practice in energy management within an organisation. Cork City Council’s certification was achieved after an extensive audit of the organisation’s energy management system. The … Read more
In Ireland, the Direct Drive Tidal Turbine (D2T2) project has made a breakthrough in a cutting-edge technology: tidal energy turbines. Tidal currents are a highly dependable source of renewable energy, precisely because they follow the predictable rise and fall of sea tides. Tidal energy turbines are placed on the seabed where the tidal flow is strong. When the turbines … Read more
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has recently awarded €1 million to Irish companies and research institutions to carry out innovative energy research projects in the areas of smart energy systems and offshore renewable energy. Funding for Irish participants is provided by SEAI through the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment, with additional … Read more
As the nation prepares to get Britain Back to Business and lockdown restrictions begin to ease, organisations across the UK are considering how they can prepare for a ‘new normal’ way of operating. To support those planning a return to workplaces, Mitie Energy has launched a new Zero Carbon for Zero Cost service to help … Read more
Bord Gáis Energy, supplier of energy and services to over 710,000 homes, businesses and organisations across Ireland, has today announced a range of innovative new measures to help bolster Ireland’s position on sustainable energy use. Bord Gáis Energy’s focus is on helping home and business owners to make better energy use choices, helping the environment … Read more
Currently steam treatment through autoclaving is the most commonly applied treatment option for this type of waste which includes contaminated swabs, gloves, paper towels, dressings, aprons, and masks. The process uses a lot of energy and typically involves shredding followed by disinfection using steam, and generates waste ‘flock’ that requires transport and disposal at landfill. … Read more
AEE Ireland Webinar, 28th May at 2.00pm Title: Returning to work; Safe & Efficient AHU Operations Presented By: Paul Manning from Frontline Energy Moderated By: Conor Molloy on behalf of AEE Ireland Date: 28th May at 2.00pm View Slides click here. View presentation click here.
AEE Ireland Webinar, 25th June at 2.00pm Title: How Building Analytics Can Transform Operational Performance Presented By: Cillian Casey from CIM Moderated By: Conor Molloy on behalf of AEE Ireland Date: 25th June at 2.00pm View Slides click here. View Presentation click here.