In May 2014, the International Energy Research Centre held its third annual conference in Cork, Ireland.
This event brought together key global stakeholders involved in energy services for lively debate, discussion, networking and discovery. It was an occasion when ideas were shared about how to make society’s energy systems more efficient and effective and we looked at this from every angle – research, industry, policy and the eventual user, the consumer.
The Executive Summary of the IERC’s 3rd Annual Conference is available below.
An EU View on Smart Cities. Mathias Reddmann, European Commission
Barcelona’s Smart Projects. Alex Serret Garrigues, City of Barcelona
People-Centric Sustainable and Smart Cities. Long Pham, IERC
Creating a Sustainable Energy Retrofit Marketplace. Jayson Antonoff, Institute for Market Transformation
Implementing Energy Efficiency Policies through Local Community Activity – Innovation Models of Collaboration. Declan Meally, SEAI
Retrofitting Infrastructure. Aiden Cawley, Siemens
Designing User Centered Energy Assessments Systems – Lessons from a US Case Study. Michael Whelton, IERC
Irelands Response to the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED). Stjohn O’Connor, DCENR
ESCOs as a Vehicle for Delivering Energy Performance Contracting. Ray Ring, Aramark
De-risking Energy Performance Contracting: The Role of Measurement and Verification. Lacour Ayompe, IERC
Advanced Building Analytics: a Non-Disruptive Solution to Cost and Carbon Reduction. Anthony J Farrell, Accenture
Where are the Next Innovations in the Built Environment? Phil Jones, Building Energy Solutions
Syed Ahmed, Energy For London
Xavier Dubuisson, XD Consulting
Eamonn Murtagh, Commission for Energy Regulation
Jeff Smith, Bilfinger
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