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.
The IERC delivers world leading collaborative research to meet global societal needs for secure, affordable and sustainable energy services. The centre provides an energy research environment that combines business innovation with research excellence for energy demand side efficiency and systems integration challenges.
The host institute for the International Energy Research Centre, who supplies the infrastructure and administrative support to the centre, is Tyndall National Institute, based in Cork, and part of University College Cork.
Tyndall National Institute is one of Europe’s leading research centres in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) research and development and the largest research facility of its type in Ireland. Established in 2004 as a successor to the National Microelectronics Research Centre (NMRC founded in 1982) at University College Cork, the Institute hosts over 460 researchers, engineers and support staff, including a full-time postgraduate cohort of 135 students, generating over 200 peer-reviewed publications each year. For more information on Tyndall, please visit their website www.tyndall.ie
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