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Friday, September 20, 2013 @ 08:09 AM
posted by Shane

On Tuesday 10th of September AEE Irish Chapter Secretary Gerry O’Dowd hosted the latest LIEN event at eircom HSQ building in Dublin.

This seminar was a jointly organised event between the AEE and SEAI.

The all day seminar included a range of presentations on current topics in the energy engineering field including:

Energy Awareness: keeping up the momentum     by Green Aware
Energy Performance Contracts and Emerging Energy Controls    by Xperen Ltd. 
DSU Scheme – how does it work in practice?     by Eirgrid
Advanced Energy Procurement – gas tracker tariffs     by Kore Energy
Free cooling in data centre / telecom environments    by Ascough Consulting Engineers

Presentation slide decks are below for members to view:

Eirgrid DSU Scheme

 Kore LIEN AEE seminar 10 Sep 2013

 Green Aware AEE LIEN eircom presentation

Ascough Eircom Free Cooling LIEN Seminar Presentation

Xperen 20130910 LIEN Presentation at eircom

 

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Tuesday, August 30, 2011 @ 12:08 AM
posted by admin

Dear AEE  Irish Chapter member,

The Energy Management Professionals Ireland (EMPI) will hold their launch AGM in the Killeshin Hotel, Portlaise from 1400hrs on 9th September 2011.

http://events.linkedin.com/EMPI-Launch-AGM-Energy-Management/pub/751883

The Board of AEE Ireland has sent a formal proposal to the interim board of EMPI with a view to linking or merging the two organisations given their similar  ideals, philosophies and end goals. EMPI have requested that their AGM event be communicated to all AEE Irish Chapter members. It would be beneficial if as many AEE Irish Chapter members as possible attend this AGM given the proposed merger.

Regards,

Tim Hehir on behalf of the Association of Energy Engineers Irish Chapter.

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