Patrick Daly
Principal Investigator
Principal Investigator
TU Dublin Energy Transition, Climate Action Materials & Structures


Academic / Researcher in the Dublin School of Architecture.

Principle Investigator on DRIVE 0 Horizon 2020 Project  –  MaREI.



Currently engaged in leading post graduate masters programme in energy efficient design in Dublin School of Architecture, and PI role in Drive 0 project in Circular Renovation to NZEB  – TUDublin.



EU Projects

CONCERTO – HOLISTIC – Dundalk 2020 – acted as technical / energy consultant to Irish lead partner SEAI over three years of project

STRIVE – EPA – Hemp-Lime Bio-composite –  lead applicant and researcher on two year desk based study into potential for new bio-composite construction material in Ireland.

IEE BIOREGIONS  – lead researcher to Irish partner on three year project examining and seeking to initiate Bioenergy regions across Europe.

FP7 ROKWOOD – lead researcher with DIT (now TUDublin) on three year project seeking to develop SRC sector and regions across Europe.



Low Energy & Environmental Impact Buildings

Numerius consultancy projects in low energy building design and refurbishment, passive haus, net zero energy, social housing refurbishment, building regulation compliance- Part L, facade design and thermal performance,

Specialist skills in U values, linear thermal bridge modelling, building energy analysis, DEAP SAP SBEM and dynamic simulation modelling. 

Architecture / Building Technology

Over 25 years experience in the Design and Realisation of a diverse range of buildings in Ireland and UK as  Architectural Technologist & Architectural Project Manager.



MSc Research Methods in Built Environment Salford  Manchester

MSc (Architecture) Advanced Energy & Environmental Studies   London

Post Graduate Diploma (Project Management) Trinity College Dublin

Bachelor of Education (Design Technology) Middlesex University, London

Diploma in Architectural Technology, School of Architecture, Bolton St, Dublin.



Further information about Patrick can be found on LinkedIn.