• Programme available for ESIPP Symposium - Rethinking our Energy Future: Collaboration and Integration

    The programme is now  available for the ESIPP Symposium - Rethinking our Energy Future: Collaboration and Integration.

    Register here.

  • Registration now open for Rethinking our Energy Future: Collaboration and Integration

     

    We are delighted to announce that registration is now open for the Energy Systems Integration Partnership Programme (ESIPP) research symposium taking place on Thursday 30th November in UCD. This symposium aims to showcase the research being carried out by the ESIPP research team and emphasise the importance of collaboration with a range of stakeholders.

    We hope you will be able to join us for this exciting event which will feature a number of national and international experts in the area of Energy Systems Integration. The event will also include an interesting panel discussion on “Targets for 2030 and the role of Energy Systems Integration”.

    For more information on the event and registration, please click here. Please register early as spaces are limited. 

  • Job Vacancy

    We now have an opening for a Research Finance and Operations Manager for the ESIPP project. Please see the Operations tab on our Recruitment page for more information. Closing date for applications is Thursday 19th October.

  • Research Opportunities

    There are still some research opportunities available on our Recruitment page. 

     

    Further information on the PhD position on on Energy Systems Integration in the context of the Residential Building End Use Sector is available here.

  • IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting

    A number of ESIPP team members recently participated in the IEEE PES General Meeting which took place in Chicago on 16-20 July. Participants at the event included Andy Keane, Federico Milano, Damian Flynn, Eoin Casey, Geertje Schuitema and Valentin Rigoni. Further information on the conference can be found at: http://pes-gm.org/2017/

    During the IEEE PES General Meeting Federico Milano was awarded a recognition for his participation to a Task Force on Test Systems for Voltage Stability Analysis and Security Assessment. The report prepared by this TF was published in 2016 and is now one of the most downloaded documents of the IEEE publication database.