An excellent development and training opportunity will soon be available for experienced researchers to work with the IERC and gain experience in translating research into practice. The priority areas of the IERC are (a) Smart Cities and Sustainable Communities, (b) Low carbon Heating and Cooling, (c) Monitoring, Measurement and Analysis of Energy and (d) Embedded and Distributed Generation Systems. For more information see https://www.ierc.ie/career-fit-career-development-fellowships-ierc/ or email Martin O’Connell (EU Programme Officer) at firstname.lastname@example.org
SEAI Energy Show 2023Friday 10th March 2023
IERC are attending the SEAI energy show 2023 as part of project SmartSPIN.
Postdoctoral Researcher – Building ScientistFriday 3rd March 2023
The International Energy Research Centre (IERC) core research team is a multi-disciplinary, collaborative research group, conducting specific pieces of research for industry, national and international organizations. The core research team report to the Head of Group who reports to Tyndall’s Head of Energy Research.
Using Energy Performance Contracting to Address The Split Incentive Issue in SMEFriday 3rd February 2023
The EU Horizon 2020 funded, SmartSPIN project, led by IERC is developing, piloting and evaluating a new business model, based on the ‘Energy Efficiency-as-a-Service’ concept, to overcome the well-known split incentive issue.