• Investing in Our Energy Future - Wednesday 11th December 2019

    The third research symposium of the Energy Systems Integration Partnership Programme (ESIPP) takes place on Wednesday 11th December. We are delighted to have John Halligan TD, Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and Development opening the event and la keynote address from Martin Finucane, Principal Officer in the Department of Communications, Climate Action and the Environment.

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  • 2019 UCD Sustainability LaunchPad showcases Innovation

    Congratulations to all four finalist teams who took part in the 2019 UCD Sustainability Launchpad pitching on Wednesday November 20th, and to the winners who worked on the CHUM project to raise awareness for the challenges of tube-fed children. We had the honour of a keynote talk from Eddie O’Connor who commended the participants for their commitment to becoming agents of change and the importance and impact of looking to solve big problems.

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  • Registration now Open for Annual Symposium - 11th December

    Registration is now open for the ESIPP Energy Systems Research Symposium 2019 which will take place on Wednesday 11th December in the George Moore Auditoirum in the O'Brien Centre for Science in UCD.






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  • Young Member Showcase & Flexibility in the Irish Energy System Event

    The "YM showcase and Flexibility in the Irish Energy System" event took place on Monday 21st October hosted by Enginners Ireland and sponsored by UCD Energy Institute. Feedback from the audience was great, with everyone finding all sessions very informative and enthralling. 




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  • UCD Sustainable Smart Cities & Communities Symposium - Wednesday 4th December 2019

    The UCD Sustainable Smart Cities & Communities Symposium will take place on Wednesday 4th December in the UCD Business School. Topics for the symposium will be Sustainable Energy Communities, Consumer and Prosumer Behaviour, Buildings, IoT, Data Analytics, Transport, Renewable Energies, Energy Generation and Management, Water Treatment and Recycling. All these areas are profoundly interconnected target areas of interventions, which can lead to significant improvements to the city ecosystem and path towards decarbonisation and sustainability. Further information on speakers, the agenda and registration can be found at https://www.smartcitiescommunities.org/.