31 May IMR celebrates EU Sustainable Energy Week
Join us in this innovation journey towards meeting energy and climate goals
As part of European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW), Irish Manufacturing Research (IMR) has joined forces with partners to deliver three impactful events during May and June, exploring and inspiring industries and stakeholders to transform their relationship with energy. These initiatives seek to promote clean energy, energy efficiency, and foster innovation in pursuing sustainable energy practices.
European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is the biggest event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe. The 2023 theme is ‘Accelerating the clean energy transition -towards lower bills and greater skills’. As part of the lead up to the EUSEW, Energy Days are held from March to June 2023, featuring sessions of diverse formats and durations that delve into a wide range of energy-related topics.
IMR’s events celebrating EU Sustainable Energy Week are a significant step towards fostering behavioural changes and driving innovation in the energy sector. By encouraging industries and stakeholders to embrace sustainable practices, the aim is to achieve the ambitious energy and climate goals set by the European Union and beyond.
Join us for these upcoming activities:
Optimising Buildings Energy Performance: H2020 Projects Insight
📅 June 22 ⏰1-2:30 pm (Irish Time)
During this workshop you will hear from:
- iBECOME – Paulo Lissa (IMR)
- SATO – Nuno Dionísio PhD student at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon, an integrated member of the LASIGE research unit
- AutoDAN – Beatriz Fraga De Cal (IES) + Celina Solari (RINA-C)
- COLLECTIEF – Mohammadreza Aghaei, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Register to attend here – bit.ly
Sustainable Energy Day: Engaging Industry & Community
📅 June 28 ⏰14:00 -19:30
📍 IMR Mullingar, Ireland
Irish Manufacturing Research (IMR) Mullingar will be the stage for Sustainable Energy Day: Engaging Industry & Community. Partnering with Mullingar Sustainable Energy Community (MSEC), this event will take the opportunity to discuss and showcase energy transition and decarbonisation for the industrial and residential sectors. MSEC will also launch its Sustainable Master Plan Report for the town.
This event will include talks on topics such as:
- Funding opportunities in energy transition for industries and households
- Policy updates and key points from the EUSEW Policy Conference held on 20-22 June in Brussels
- Role of digital technology for energy optimisation
- Energy transition plan for Mullingar
- Exhibitions from technology and solution providers in the energy transition
Attendance to the Sustainable Energy Day is free and will be hosted in IMR Mullingar. Join us by registering your interest at this link: https://bit.ly/imrenergyday
Mullingar Energy Master Plan. The Mullingar Energy Master Plan (EMP) was created to provide a comprehensive overview of energy consumption and energy generation in the Mullingar area. It provides a baseline of sectorial (domestic, business, industrial) energy usage, current energy sources and energy-related CO2 emissions.
The Plan also identifies potential alternative energy sources and recommends ways to save energy. Part of the EMP is a Register of Opportunities (RoO) for the reduction of energy demand in both domestic and non-domestic buildings and the transition to renewable energy supply.
Revisit our recent Sustainable Energy focused events here;
‘Holistic Management Platforms for Energy Efficient Production: H2020 Project Insights and Case Studies
📅 May 16
💻 Recording available here: https://vimeo.com/827255647/61ca780f31?share=copy
ECOFACT, DENiM & ENERMAN organised this event to raise awareness about energy efficiency in manufacturing. The workshop “Holistic management platforms for Energy-Efficient Manufacturing: H2020 Project Insights and Case Studies” featured a detailed overview of each project along with a round table discussion focusing on the issues and solutions that each project has faced in their demo sites.
This workshop featured presentations from:
- ECOFACT project presentation by Francisco Morentin (CARTIF)
- EnerMan project presentation by Alessandro Zanella (Centro Ricerche Fiat)
- DENiM project presentation by Alan McGibney (Munster Technology University)