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Membership

You can help Energy Cork enhance economic development and job creation in the energy sector in Cork as well as benefit from being part of a dedicated industry cluster by becoming a member.

Why Join Energy Cork?

  • Play an active role in contributing to job creation and economic development in the energy sector in Cork
  • Help to build the profile and identity of the energy sector in Cork and ensure recognition for its important role in the national economy
  • Influence local, regional and national policy in the energy sector via a strong, effective voice
  • Benefit from participating in networking, business development and training events organised by Energy Cork
  • Grow your organisation’s profile amongst Cork’s key energy professionals Keep informed of current commercial, research and educational activities and opportunities in the energy sector in Cork

Energy Cork currently has over 80 cluster members.

The strength of Energy Cork is in the diversity and commitment of its members.

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“Energy Cork has been of huge benefit to us as an organisation both in terms of the networking opportunity it provides but also the learning through its very broad range of breakfast briefings, industry insights and events with other cluster groups in the area”

Brian O’Dwyer, Account Executive, Corporate Risks, Willis Risk Services (Ireland) Ltd

19% of Ireland’s wind energy (from 17% of Ireland’s installed wind power) comes from Cork.

Some of our Members

Brookfield Renewable
Renewable Energy

Brookfield Renewable operates one of the world’s largest publicly traded, renewable power platforms, operating across Europe, North America and South America, with more than 10,000 MW of installed capacity. Brookfield’s Irish portfolio consists of 350 MW of operating wind capacity across 19 wind projects in 9 counties, employing 100 people in Cork.

Sirus
Energy Management

Since 1989, Sirus specialises in providing BEMS systems and HVAC services to the pharmaceutical, medical, commercial and industry sectors. Over its 25-year history, the company has adapted to both market and technology changes, involving the creation of an energy division in 2008. In 2011 the group rebranded as “Sirus Building Energy Solutions”. With offices located in Cork and Dublin, the Sirus Group employs more than 100 people and operates across Ireland and mainland Europe.

International Energy Research Centre
Research

The International Energy Research Centre (IERC) is an industry led, collaborative programme of research and innovation in integrated sustainable energy system technologies.

Nimbus Centre
Research

The Nimbus Centre at CIT is Ireland’s only research centre devoted to the field of networked embedded electronic systems.

EirQual
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EirQual provides solutions for upstream oil & gas projects and helps to identify key suppliers in order to ensure that the capabilities of vendors and contractors are optimally leveraged to meet code and project compliance.

FloGas
Gas

Flogas is one of the country’s leading providers of LP Gas and Natural Gas. From its customer support centre in Drogheda, Flogas operates LP Gas terminals at Cork, Drogheda and Ballyhaunis combined with a nationwide network of storage and filling depots.

XD Consulting
Consulting

XD Consulting is an integrated sustainability consultancy providing multi-disciplinary advice and support in the area of renewable energy and energy efficiency.

P.J. O’Driscoll & Sons
Legal

P.J. O’Driscoll & Sons is one of the largest and longest established law firms in the Southern region. We provide legal advice, expert support and strategic guidance to businesses both local and national operating in the region.

Gas Networks Ireland
Infrastructure

Gas Networks Ireland own, operate, build and maintain the natural gas network in Ireland and connect all customers to the network.

Blue Power Energy Ltd
Wave Power

Blue Power Energy’s mission is to develop and commercialise a patented innovation technology for the conversion of ocean wave energy into cost efficient, clean, renewable energy power.

Cork Chamber
Network

Cork Chamber is the leading business organisation for the promotion and development of economic and commercial activity in the region. Representing close to 1,100 companies employing over 100,000 people, Cork Chamber is a proactive organisation helping members grow their business through our work in the areas of Policy, Training, Events, Promotion and International Development.

CorkBIC
Network

CorkBIC is a private-sector led organisation, specifically set up to identify and build knowledge intensive companies based on promising technology and capable innovative people. It plays a hands-on role helping entrepreneurs navigate the minefield of raising finance, sorting out business propositions, arranging agreements with shareholders and investors, and, perhaps most important of all, finding customers.

Irish Maritime and Energy Resource Cluster
Network

IMERC is responding to the maritime and energy economic opportunity for Ireland. IMERC core partners are University College Cork (UCC), Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) and the Irish Naval Service (INS) who will deliver a new research and enterprise campus in Ringaskiddy, Cork.

Willis Risk Services (Ireland) Ltd
Services

Willis is one of the leading insurance broker, pensions, actuarial and risk management consultancy in Ireland. With origins dating back over 100 years, Willis has built a reputation for providing specialist insurance advice and competitive pricing to Irish companies.

Achilles Procurement Services Ltd
Services

Achilles helps businesses identify and manage potential risks in their supply chain in order to protect people, planet and profit. Achilles identifies, qualifies, evaluates and monitors suppliers on behalf of some of the world’s largest corporations.

Construction Industry Federation
Network

The Construction Industry Federation is the representative body for the Irish construction industry. We represent the interests of Construction Contractors, Mechanical Contractors, Electrical Contractors, House Builders, Specialist Contractors and other employers involved in the industry.

Irving Oil
Refining

Irving Oil Whitegate Refinery

Irving Oil is an international refining and marketing company and operates Ireland’s only oil refinery at Whitegate, Co. Cork.

The company is a major supplier of petroleum products to the Irish market.

Inver Energy Limited

Inver Energy began 30 years ago as an independent supplier of industrial fuel and steam coal to large end-users in Ireland. Inver still maintains a large presence in these markets.

ESB
Utility

The Electricity Supply Board (ESB) is Ireland’s premier electricity utility.

PSE Kinsale Energy Limited
Utility

PSE Kinsale Energy Limited produces natural gas from its facilities off the Old Head of Kinsale and was the first company to bring gas ashore in Ireland when the Kinsale Head Gasfield was commissioned in 1978.

Schneider Electric

At Schneider Electric, we offer professional services focused on using technology to improve your efficiencies and communications, while making current and new markets accessible in faster, more competitive ways. Our professional services include:

Lansdowne Oil & Gas plc
Exploration

Lansdowne Oil & gas plc is an independent oil and gas exploration company listed on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange since April 21st 2006. Lansdowne has its operating headquarters in Dublin, Ireland with its registered office in London, England.

United Technologies Research Center Ireland
Research

United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) delivers advanced technologies to the businesses of United Technologies (UTC) to improve the performance, energy efficiency and cost of UTC products and processes.

AIB
Financial Services

AIB is a financial services group operating predominantly in the Republic of Ireland and the UK. We provide a comprehensive range of services to personal, business and corporate
customers in our target markets and have leading market shares in banking products in the Republic of Ireland.

Ireland’s only oil refinery, with a capacity of 74,000 barrels of oil per day, is in Whitegate, Co. Cork