ISO50001 Ireland is an industry conference which will bring together approximately 120 senior management from Irish Business who are considering the transition to this International energy standard, but have yet to make the journey.
The theme/profile of this event is simply to create an exchange of information between organisations who are about to make the transition to ISO50001 and companies who have already made the transition. Our speakers have been carefully selected based on their experiences and knowledge of this standard and are keen to network with delegates in an effort to develop the standard further within Ireland.
ISO50001 Ireland 2015 event programme includes:
Conor Molloy – EMPI – Event Chairman
Conor Molloy, is an independent energy advisor with an MSc in Energy Management and Renewable energy from University of Ulster, he is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM), Measurement & Verification professional (CMVP) and trainer for ISO50001.
Conor is a founding member of Energy Management Professionals Ireland (EMPI), and has been accepted as a member of the Association of Energy Engineers, CILT, FTAI, IMCA and EVO.
In recent times, he has trained ESOS Lead Assessors in Transport Energy Auditing at the request of the UK Government’s Environment Agency, led the publication of EN 16247-4 Europe’s transport energy audit standard and contributed to ISO50004.
Since 2005, Conor’s day job has been helping business save fuel and manage their energy usage for profit and reduced emissions.
Minister Alex White
He was educated at Chanel College Coolock, and Trinity College Dublin from where he graduated in Economic and Social Studies in 1981. He subsequently attended the King’s Inns, and was called to the Irish Bar in 1987.
Before commencing practice as a barrister in 1994, Alex White was a current affairs producer with RTÉ for ten years. He subsequently became a leading practitioner in employment and labour law, appearing regularly before the Irish Courts and in employment tribunals on behalf of employee and employer clients. He was called to the Inner Bar in 2010.
He has also lectured on employment law and media studies.
Dr. David McCormack – Researcher in Residence – Irish Manufacturing Research
David has over 10 years’ experience working as a mechanical/electrical engineer. David has worked across a number of industries including ICT, Pharma and Financial services with roles in maintenance, utilities, facilities and energy. David has a BSC in Electrical Services & Energy Management, and a BSC in Manufacturing Engineering.
David has experience in ISO 50001 and has successfully implemented and maintained certification in previous roles and has recently completed the certified measurement and verification protocol (CMVP) training. David is currently studying a MSC in Technology Management.
Majella Kelleher – SEAI – Head of Energy Demand Management
Majella Kelleher is Head of Energy Demand Management with SEAI with responsibility for programmes in business and the public sector. Majella is a graduate of University College Cork with a civil engineering degree and of Trinity College Dublin with an MBA, and more recently an MSc in Management (OB). Since joining SEAI she has filled a number of roles prior to her current one – most recently as Head of Sustainable Energy Deployment where she had responsibility for a range of deployment schemes in the domestic sector. Prior to this she worked as a business consultant both in Ireland and abroad.
Ian Boyland – Association of Energy Engineers
– Verification of savings & verification of the action plan.
– Should the non-meeting of an EnPI be a non – conformance or not?
– How do you establish the base line, and do I need to adjust the base line in response to business changes?
– Auditor competence and independence.
Certification Europe – John Ryan – Director of Services
As an expert and advisor in the area of energy/carbon management, John has delivered seminars, workshops and training courses internationally on sustainable energy management (ISO 50001); is co-author of energy management systems – an Implementation Guide & an Audit Guide and of “Energy Managment, Practices and Principles” a MEUC and British Gas publication.
With a background in science, John has been involved in arena of business risk management system design, implementation, maintenance and audit for the past 15 years. This has included the standards in the following areas:
- Energy Management (IS 393; EN 16001, ISO 50001)
- Environmental Management (ISO 14001; BS 8901; LCA; Eco-design; Due Diligence)
- Occupational Health & Safety (OHSAS 18001)
- Corporate Governance (SWiFT 3000)