On May 17 2019, MaREI in association with ESRI held a Climate Action Conference.
The presentations can be found online HERE
On Friday, @RichardBrutonTD, Minister for @Dept_CCAE opened the ESRI-UCC-MaREI energy research: climate action conference. Topics included #carbontax, #retrofitting, delivering a #climateneutral Europe and more. Slides are now available: https://t.co/uQz8uLSY28 #ESRIevents pic.twitter.com/6Q2O51c9MM
— ESRI Dublin (@ESRIDublin) May 20, 2019
The conference showcased the findings from a number of collaborative research projects between UCC and the ESRI, undertaken within MaREI, the SFI Centre for Marine and Renewable Energy.
@MaREIcentre Director @BOGallachoir does not hold back the punches in telling it like it is. We have so much to do to meet our decarbonisation targets. Cows, trucks and houses are critical. @UCC @scienceirel @eriucc pic.twitter.com/gpRb48BHbi
— Jerry D Murphy (@JerryDMurphy66) May 17, 2019
Funded by Science Foundation Ireland and a number of industry partners and Governmental Departments the presentations focused on a number of key short, medium and long-term topics that will inform Ireland’s forthcoming All of Government Plan on Climate Action.
Fascinating potential of #bioenergy #biogas from Prof. Jerry Murphy of @MaREIcentre 'national herd is too big' and Anaerobic Digestion #biogas can help reduce emissions from Agricultural sector and help fuel cleaner transport, heat and power #ClimateAction #cleanair pic.twitter.com/FnOCiouMy2
— Climate Action Regional Office – Dublin (@DublinCARO) May 17, 2019