The IERC works with industry partners to build market focused collaborative research projects serving markets of scaleRead More
The IERC is focused is on commercial and residential energy demand and local generation. Areas of interest include the prediction, influence, management, delivery, control and measurement of energy useRead More
The IERC engages in and funds collaborative, industry-led projects that reflect the needs of the market for today and tomorrowRead More
The IERC considers the economic impact of energy research in two ways – Economic Impact to the consumer and – the wider societyRead More
Market focused, industry collaborative research in sustainable energy systemsRead More
The International Energy Research Centre (IERC) is an industry-led collaborative research centre in the field of integrated sustainable energy systems, and is jointly funded by the Irish government and industry members. It is one of the largest funded technology centres in Ireland, with a portfolio of approximately €5m worth of investment already underway.
The IERC delivers world leading collaborative research to meet global societal needs for secure, affordable and sustainable energy services. It enables partners to develop new products and services that will ensure real energy demand reductions across society. The centre provides an energy research environment that combines business innovation with research excellence for energy demand side efficiency and systems integration challenges.
Tyndall National Institute is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Brian Norton as Head of Energy Research with direct responsibility...Read More
The International Energy Research Centre (IERC) has published the EuroHeat Report, a joint project with Ervia and Gas Networks Ireland. The...Read More
Innovative new business model reduces payback period of energy efficient building refurbishment projects by up to 16% Over the last three...Read More