On 15th July 2021, Energy Cork hosted Lunchtime Briefing featuring DP Energy It was introduced by Harry O’Farrell the Acting Chair of Energy Cork and attendees heard from Simon De Pietro, Adam Cronin and Yvonne Cronin of DP Energy, based in Cork.
This event was made possible by the support of Cork County Council and Cork City Council via their respective Economic Development Funds.
Our Energy Cork Lunchtime Briefing on Wednesday 30th June 2021 featuring EcoMerit. The speakers were
Bobby Lambert, EcoMerit
Thomas McHugh, Cork Chamber
Margo Krempska, Coral Leisure Cobh
Chair: Harry O’Farrell, Energy Cork
Thanks to Cork City Council and Cork County Council for their support of these events via their Economic Development Funds.
This event was introduced by Paul Brewster – European Policy Advisor at the Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO) and addressed by Ronan Gingles – European Affairs Coordinator at Cork City Council and Sonia Monteiro Research Grants Coordinator at the Environmental Research Institute, UCC.
Sponsored by MarENet and supported by Cork County Council and Cork City Council Economic Development Funds.
This Lunchtime Briefing was hosted in association with the Cork City Local Enterprise Office and Cork Chamber. The Green For Micro initiative provides support to companies with
You can find out more about the Green For Micro initiative and apply at https://www.localenterprise.ie/Green/Green-for-Micro.html
Thanks to our speakers – Ivan McCutcheon (Cork City LEO), Kathleen O’Regan (Enterprise Ireland) and Justine Looney (Cork Flower Studio) for their participation.
Our Lunchtime Briefing on Grants for Sustainability for Businesses was addressed by Harry O’Farrell, Commercial Director of Energy Services Ltd. More info on the various supports can be found at:
Thanks to our speaker Harry O’Farrell and our Q&A moderator Brian O’Regan of IERC.
The Cluster was delighted to host a major conference on Energy and the Circular Economy in March 2021. With the sponsorship of Cork Chamber and support of Cork City Council and Cork County Council, the very successful three-day event, heard from a host of speakers about their organisation’s vision for and place in the Circular Economy.
The event took place in three 90 minute sessions over 3 consecutive days and dealt with three different strands of the topic:
You can check out the Conference Brochure for this conference, with details of all our great speakers and moderators here.
We’re pleased to make the recordings of each of the three Sessions available to members and stakeholders of the Energy Cork Cluster. You can find each of the three sessions below: