UCD opens Energy Institute with €5 mln donor funding

University College Dublin has opened a new Energy Institute with donor funding of €5 million and substantial additional funding from industry.

18th September, 2013
UCD

University College Dublin has opened a new Energy Institute with donor funding of €5 million and substantial additional funding from industry.

The Institute, with 200 researchers, will concentrate its research on Energy Systems Integration which provides the basis for enhanced energy performance with reduced cost and environmental impact.

It will be led by Professor Mark O’Malley as Scientific Director and Paddy Teahon as Executive Director.

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