News and Events
Hydrogen Call for EvidenceThursday 13th January 2022
The International Energy Research Centre (IERC) are seeking evidence and information on options for addressing barriers and opportunities that hydrogen presents...
Researcher – Building Energy Modelling (Job Reference # COH-04)Saturday 13th November 2021
IERC is hiring a Researcher - Building Energy Modelling
The multiple benefits of a Residential Retrofit Renovation Wave in IrelandTuesday 27th April 2021
Ireland taking early and decisive action is an effective way to influence other countries to also reduce climate changing emissions.
IERC Conference Registration OpenTuesday 23rd March 2021
Registration for the IERC Conference 2021 is now open
IERC research outlines recommendations to achieve Ireland’s ambitious targetTuesday 24th November 2020
IERC has conducted research on heat pump technology development programme across the EU countries.
HP4ALL, a project to bring Europe to the forefront of the climatization sectorWednesday 18th November 2020
HP4ALL is led by the Limerick Institute of Technology and formed by six other partners from five different countries
Tyndall’s IERC to lead Citizen’s Collective Energy Action project with €2M EU fundingThursday 15th October 2020
The IERC (International Energy Research Centre) at Tyndall National Institute, UCC has been awarded €2M in Horizon 2020 funding to lead a 3-year Citizen Engagement and Energy Collective Action project.
Tyndall Appoints Professor Brian Norton as Head of Energy Research and IERCThursday 2nd July 2020
Tyndall National Institute is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Brian Norton as Head of Energy Research with direct responsibility for its International Energy Research Centre (IERC).
IERC launches a report examining Ireland’s domestic heating policy against four other EU CountriesWednesday 24th June 2020
The aim of this report is to analyse the domestic heat sector policy and strategy of countries with a similar temperate climate to Ireland, such as Belgium, France, Netherlands and UK.
NOVICE ProjectWednesday 27th May 2020
Innovative new business model reduces payback period of energy efficient building refurbishment projects by up to 16%
Job OpportunitiesTuesday 5th May 2020
The International Energy Research Centre is hiring. For more information, check out our available posts here!