SERVE Conference – 18th November 2011
The SERVE Project, which started in November 2007, is focused on the creation of a region which demonstrates best practice in the field of sustainable energy. It has supported energy upgrades in 400 buildings, facilitated the installation of a wide range of renewable energy systems, developed biomass heating systems and supported the development of the Eco Village in Cloughjordan.
This event will focus on how the impact of sustainable energy projects can be measured and monitored. These impacts can be determined in many ways including
- job creation and retention
- economic activity including investment costs and monetary savings
- energy savings and production.
As investment in sustainable energy actions increases it is vital that we undertake assessments of the impacts of these actions. Speakers at this event will profile results from a range of projects across Ireland and the EU where different systems and methodologies have been used to determine the impacts of the projects.
Download the Event Programme: SERVE Conference 2011
CONCERTO Premium: 01 SERVE CONCERTO Monitoring approach
Seamus Hoyne, SERVE: 02 SERVE Applying SERVE to Co. Tipperary
Velimir Segon, REGEA: 03 SERVE Socio Economic Impacts
Jim Scheer, SEAI: 04 SERVE Why Consumers Upgrade
Paul Kenny, TEA: 05 Monitoring System for 100 Houses
Graham Petrie, PAC Studies: Coming Soon
Velimir Segon, REGEA: 07 SERVE Socio Economic Case Studies
Noel Gavigan, IrBEA: 08 SERVE Benefits of Bioenergy IrBEA
Gary Martin, CER: 09 SERVE CER Smart Metering
Derek Sinnot, WIT: 10 SERVE Energy Monitoring of Social Housing in Kilkenny
Lacour Ayompe, DIT: 11 SERVE Microgen technology performance
Jim Scheer, SEAI: Extra SERVE HES Billing Study