News and Events
Post Doctoral Researcher in Electrical Engineering with Specialisation in Local Electricity MarketsFriday 31st March 2023
The “intelligent Grid (iG)” research team at the International Energy Research Centre (IERC), Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork, invites applications for Post-Doctoral Researchers in Electrical Engineering with a specialisation in Local Electricity Market.
Post Doctoral Researcher in Electrical Engineering with Specialisation in Power ElectronicsFriday 31st March 2023
The “intelligent Grid (iG)” research team at the International Energy Research Centre (IERC), Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork, invites applications for Post-Doctoral Researchers in Electrical Engineering with a specialisation in Power Electronics.
Institute of Refrigeration Ireland National Conference 2023Friday 24th March 2023
IERC's Professor Brian Norton will be opening the IRI Institute of Refrigeration Ireland National Conference 2023.
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.
Intensify Project Final Conference takes place in CorkFriday 9th December 2022
The IERC attended the final Intensify conference to showcase the work being done in the UP-STAIRS EU H2020 programme.
PhD Studentship on “Systems modeling of luminescent light shelves in buildings”Wednesday 7th September 2022
The International Energy Research Centre (IERC) at Tyndall National Institute, University College, Cork, and supported by Velux Stiftung, invites applications for a PhD Studentship on Systems modelling of luminescent light shelves in buildings. The successful candidate will contribute to the delivery of Velux Stiftung funded project on luminescent spectral-shifting with light-propagation to provide visual and circadian luminance under low-daylight and in poorly-daylit locations. Closing date for applications is 30th September.
Is Energy Storage with Artificial Intelligence the future of increasing renewable energy from Solar farms?Wednesday 3rd August 2022
The IERC is exploring ways to reduce the amount of time that renewable energy plants have to stop producing energy, due to curtailments or constraints. Researchers will examine the full potential of PV plant and battery energy storage systems working side by side.
IERC Hosts EnerConfWednesday 13th July 2022
The IERC were delighted to bring people from far and wide to Tyndall National Institute to participate in a conference on The Future of Community Energy in Ireland.
New Energy Advice Kiosk Opens on Grand Parade in Cork to Support Energy CommunitiesThursday 30th June 2022
Looking for some advice on how to work with your neighbours, or with your community, to save or even generate energy at home and carbon emissions? Cork City Council’s new Home Energy Upgrade Office kiosk on Grand Parade in Cork, provides just such a service.
Blurring the Lyons between Industry and ResearchTuesday 28th June 2022
Dr. Pádraig Lyons is the Head of Group in the International Energy Research Centre (IERC) at Tyndall National Institute. Pádraig has had a varied career and he shares with us his background and progression to his current position.