attendees per huddle
Opportunity to influence
output focused sessions
Collation of Irish industry’s
response to challenges ahead
Barry Kennedy from IMR will introduce proceedings and explain how the day is structured.
Registration | Ryan’s Hotel
Registration and networking over tea/coffee. Attendees will be given their lanyard on arrival and asked to sign in and be allocated a number. This number will guide the attendees to their various locations during the course of the day.
Three 10-15 minutes and discussions by attendees followed by 30 minute group discussion/sharing on the data analytics.
Short coffee break to get to know the other attendees and further the conversations
Three 10-15 minutes and discussions by attendees followed by 30 minute group discussion/sharing on the circular economy.
Three 10-15 minutes and discussions by attendees followed by 30 minute group discussion/sharing on the circular economy and data analytics.
Group Photo | Cong Cross
Photo at Cong Cross
Findings from chairs/sessions
Top level feedback from the chairs and rapporteurs on the day's discussions in Ryans Hotel
Energy Symposium Finishes
Registration and Drinks reception
On Thursday evening the 28th February we are hosting a pre event evening for attendees, offering an intimate, informal, networking opportunity coupled with thought provoking talks from Key Note Speakers in the Ardilaun Suite in Ashford Castle. Places are limited for this event and can only be reserved by a completed submission and confirming Thursday evening attendance. Registration and drinks reception from 7pm.
Welcome Address | Barry Kennedy | IMR
IMR CEO Barry Kennedy will welcome attendees and introduce speakers and proceedings for the evening.
Shane Colgan | EPA
Presentation Title:Translating the Circular Economy into National Action
Marcin Kulik | Eiravato
Presentation Title:Circular Economy Working Outside Ireland
Liam Mc Laughlin | GEN Europe
Presentation Title:Data Analytics
Anthony McGarry | Ballina Beverages
Presentation Title:Sustainability - The Role of Energy Management in Sustainable Manufacturing
About Anthony McGarry:Energy Manager at Ballina Beverages Anthony McGarry obtained a MSc in Energy Management with first class honours from IT Sligo. He is also currently a registered energy auditor with SEAI. Originally electronics engineer qualified from GMIT and has 18 years’ experience working in the computer manufacturing sector in such companies as Amdahl, AST, Stratus Computers & Benchmark Electronics working as Senior Process, Manufacturing, Project & NPI Engineer. Anthony has also worked as Mayo Energy Agency manager for a period. Anthony has 16 years’ experience in the energy sector, during such time has owned his own company (10 years) and lead the energy business development in such companies as RPS & Aramark; specifically the Energy Services Company (ESCO) business development. Anthony also was an energy consultant to SEAI for 8 years prior to joining Ballina Beverages in 2014. Anthony has over his career completed in excess 550 energy audits covering the entire country geographically and sectors such as Public sector, Hospitality, Chemical, Food, Pharmaceuticals, Schools, Farming (Pig Farms), Computer Manufacturing and Offices. Anthony has experience in ISO 50001, M&T, Sustainability, Renewable energy sources, Refrigeration, Lighting, Motive power, HVAC, Boilers, Tariff analysis, Compressed air, CHP, Wind, Hydro and Energy Procurement.
Session Round Up | Drinks Reception
Question and answer session with speaker