This webinar will focus on the opportunities to support community energy projects through an online collaborative platform called the One Stop Shop. It will outline the particular scope for enabling bioenergy projects, assisting the sector’s growth by developing public recognition, buy-in from stakeholders, and supportive policy measures from the government. The digital ‘One Stop Shop’ (OSS) aims to provide all necessary resources and tools to enable citizens to partake in renewable energy projects, helping them overcome technical and organisational barriers that may be holding them back at present. The OSS provides a space for connection and collaboration to share knowledge and experience of a range of projects, to help more ventures develop and increase the spread of local renewable energy generation. Participants of the site can work collectively to foster the growth of these projects on a national and international scale.
Munster Technological University, Cork
Annie Duffy is a research assistant in Munster Technological University as part of the EU Interreg project, ECCO. Her current research is involved with developing support tools for community energy projects, specifically a maturity scale for ongoing projects to assist with their progress. Previous to this, she completed a research masters in University College Cork investigating the use of digitisation to improve the energy efficiency of manufacturing processes in a medical devices facility.
Dr. Martin Hill – Munster Technological University, Cork
Seán Finan – IrBEA CEO
Noel Gavigan – IrBEA Technical Executive
When: Jun 2, 2021 09:30 AM Dublin
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