The annual UCD ESRI Energy Policy Research Workshop will take place on Wednesday 29th September. The event will take place online again this year using the Zoom webinar platform. The focus of the event this year will be on Energy and Society in Climate Mitigation and will feature presentations relating to “Technology and Innovation” and “Leaving no one behind in the energy transition”. We look forward to a series of interesting presentations from researchers in both ESRI and UCD Energy Institute, which will be followed by a panel discussion.
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The IEEE PES UCD Student Chapter jointly with the branch at the University of Manchester will be hosting Dr. Jessica Bian, the President-Elect of the IEEE PES for an upcoming seminar on the topic “February Texas Blackouts and Grid Reliability”. Register and join Jessica to hear what happened in Texas and what will be a post-mortem analysis and assessment of alternatives.
Date: Thursday, 26th August
Time: 4pm-5pm (Ireland and UK) / 11am-12am (EDT)
Registration link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/166949403159
19th and 20th May, 2021
UCD Energy Institute is delighted to be supporting the upcoming Dublin Climate Dialgies Conference. ESIPP Lead PI Prof Andrew Keane will be chairing 2 sessions on Day 2 of the event. See https://dublinclimatedialogues.com/ for more information.Read More
This webinar highlighted the opportunities for wastewater treatment plant to play a role in the energy transition through reducing their energy requirements, supporting the electricity system through demand response and showcasing the role of data analytics to support decision making.
Date: Thursday 15th April
Presentations now available.Read More
Date: Thursday 4th March
This online event will give a brief introduction to some ongoing research of PhD students in UCD Energy Institute, followed by a panel discussion featuring former PhD students who are now applying their skills to different roles. This session will provide insights into some of the key skills, motivations, and challenges associated with doing a PhD in the area of energy and bringing this expertise to life after a PhD. If you have ever googled ‘is a PhD in the energy domain worth it’ this is the event for you!Read More