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Over the years, LightingEurope has demonstrated the capability to be an influential actor in the political debate at European level on lighting-specific rules and, more largely, on rules applicable to electrical and electronic equipment. In the context of climate change and Europe’s ambitious sustainability agenda, it has just published Lighting Strategy 2030. This document is...
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The late Kieran Cowman, Technical Director at Euro Gas, was the quintessential boilerman, known and respected by all in the industry as the “go to” guy with heating problems. He worked in the sector for much of his life but, it was when he joined Euro Gas in 2004 that he found his work home....
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With lighting now recognised as having a major role to play in realising Ireland’s Net Zero objective, Building Services Engineering recently caught up with Gavin Edwards, newly-elected Chair of Lighting Association Ireland (LAI), to examine the contribution lighting can make by way of energy savings, sustainability, circularity and wellbeing. These, in fact, are the core...
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The combined MEBSCA and ECA annual golf outing was held in Newlands Golf Club with 35 participants enjoying a great day. Invited guests included Jim Curley, Tony Gillen, John White and Ger Hutchins. Among the companies represented by those playing were Burlington Engineering, Kirby Group, CJK, Lynskey Engineering, Tritech Engineering, Dornan Engineering, Mercury Engineering, Maguire...
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Energywise Ireland, an SEAI-registered “One-Stop Shop”, announced plans to create 100 new jobs at the recent official opening of its new premises in Cork city. Tánaiste Mícheál Martin performed the official opening. Energywise Ireland designs, supplies and installs renewable solutions for domestic and commercial customers, including solar PV, EV chargers, air to water heat pumps,...
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Ethos Design Management is a fas-tgrowing group, leading delivery of local and international projects for blue-chip clients in the data centre and commercial sectors. Serving as a vital bridge between clients, cross-discipline teams and stakeholders, it consistently ensures successful project execution and the realisation of clients’ strategic goals. Michael Martin, the recently-appointed Program Director, is...
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This is the first in a series of six articles examining the skills shortages in the construction sector, the energy efficiency gaps widening as a result of the lack of skills, and how digital transformation can help address these by changing the system. The author is Paul McCormack (right), Innovation Manager, Belfast Metropolitan College. The...
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Directives and standards to reduce energy in commercial buildings have set challenges for building services engineers to overcome. Complex design systems and modelling tools are now used to create new super-efficient installations with impressive results but, are they comfortable? Michael Curran, CIBSE Ireland and Head of Building Services, Energy and Utilities at the University of...
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Condair has appointed Desmond Colbourne (pictured) as a service engineer based in Dublin, supporting Condair’s humidifier and dehumidifier customers across Ireland. Desmond has over 18 years’ experience as a field service engineer, having worked with companies such as Intel, Seagate and Danaher. Tony Tullett, Service Director at Condair, welcomed Desmond to the Condair service team....
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Sean Campbell has been appointed Technical Services Manager at Mitsubishi Electric. Sean has been with the company for many years and has held various senior positions, including his most recent of Heating Product Manager. The Technical Services Manager is a new role that combines both pre-sales and after-sales support under the same umbrella. This will...
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