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Limerick Institute of Technology
The Energy Efficiency Benefits for Industry Seminar features talks by industry experts and workshops dealing with ECO Supports for SMEs, Impacts of the European Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) and Opportunities for Waste Heat Recovery. A range of industry supports, energy service providers and energy advisory agencies will also be on display.
The seminar will include the SNS Manufacturing Exhibition – SME 2015 which is an annual exhibition, led by SNS (snshannon.com), a mid-west based business network representing small and medium manufacturing companies.
Speakers at the Seminar will include Nina Campbell, an energy policy analyst, with the International Energy Agency (IEA) and project manager on the IEA’s two-year study on the multiple benefits of energy efficiency and Ulrika Wising, who leads the Sustainable Energy Services team in Europe for one the world’s leading world’s leading certification bodies -DNV GL.
Also speaking will be Dr Rick Greenough, an expert in Industrial Sustainability who leads research at the Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development at De Montfort University (DMU) in Leicester and Hilco Hakman, manager of energy consulting services at Electric Ireland.
For free registration visit www.energyefficiencybenefits2015.eventbrite.com.
The Conrad Hotel, Dublin
PFH is running a number of exclusive enterprise breakfast briefings. This event is for IT decision makers who want learn how to give their organisation a competitive edge.
Hayfield Manor Hotel, Cork
Join PFH for a morning seminar guiding you through all there is to know about cloud. In partnership with Microsoft we will ensure that your business is secure and supported when Microsoft end support on Server 2003 this July.
Hosted by Fingal County Council, Fingal Dublin Chamber of Commerce, Dublin City University (DCU) and the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown (ITB) the seventh ITLG annual summit will be hosted in venues throughout North Dublin from the Helix at DCU to Malahide Castle and ITB.
The two-day event will will kick off with the ITLG Accelerator program, Lab 353, Company Face Off!, as well as the pitch camps session.
A VIP Reception will be held in the unique setting of Malahide Castle on the eve of the forum.
The Global Technology Forum will then take place at The Helix at DCU, and will include keynote presentations and lively panel debates on Big Data, technology innovation in the agri-tech sector and the Internet of Things as well as innovation and investment.
The Forum will be followed by a Gala Networking Dinner at the Crowne Plaza Northwood Hotel, with a keynote address by Craig Barrett, Chairman of ITLG.
For more information visit www.itlg.org.