John Kane, Business Unit Director (Ireland), ETS, and Chairman of the Energy & Environmental Division of Engineers Ireland
John Kane was recently appointed Business Unit Director (Ireland) at Energy & Technical Services Ireland (ETS Ireland). John was previously Head of Energy Engineering at Dalkia/Veolia, the multi-national environmental and energy management organisation.
John has extensive experience in supply side (including LTHW/steam boilers, chillers, CHP engines and gas turbines, compressed air), and demand side (including BMS controls, lighting, insulation, M&V systems) projects, and has managed a number of multi-million euro energy engineering installations.
In addition to his extensive experience, John is Chairman of the Energy & Environment Division of Engineers Ireland, a Certified Energy Manager with the Energy Institute, and a Chartered Engineer with Engineers Ireland.
John commented: “I’m delighted to join the ETS team during this exciting phase of the growth, development and expansion of the business into the Irish market. The level of expertise and professionalism within the organisation is phenomenal and I look forward to bringing our unique blend of energy management and building services capabilities to a market-place hungry for energy and cost savings.”
Contact: John Kane, Business Unit Director (Ireland), ETS. Tel: 01 – 649 9007; Mobile: 087 – 052 5358; email: email@example.com
Brendan Sheehan, FEI, has been presented with the prestigious Award of Council by the Energy Institute in recognition of his very active role in championing the activities and objectives of the Institute over the last 25 years.
Brendan has held various roles with the Republic of Ireland Branch of the Institute including Branch Chairman, Honorary Secretary and Honorary Treasurer. Under his stewardship and because of his massive contribution in these and other roles down through the years, the Branch has gone from strength to strength.
To mark the Award of Council presentation Brendan received an engraved Royal Scot crystal vase at a recent dinner.
Main speakers Iain McCrea, President-Elect SLL and Mike Simpson, Past-President of CIBSE, SLL & ILP pictured with Derek Mowlds, Chairman CIBSE and Stephen Donohue, DIT.
The recent lecture titled, LEDs: a universal panacea to achieving good lighting with energy efficiency? proved extremely successful with over 80 people in attendance at Engineers Ireland in Dublin 4.
This lighting CPD event was jointly organised by CIBSE Ireland, Society of Light and Lighting (SLL), Engineers Ireland, Institute of Lighting Professionals and the Institute of Engineering and Technology.
The two principal speakers – Iain McCrae and Mike Simpson – delivered enlightening papers regarding the appropriate applications and potential benefits/pitfalls of LED technology in lighting.
Thereafter, a stimulating debate evolved with Iain, Mike and members of the audience exchanging interesting, and sometimes contentious, views.
Greg Hanna, Engineers Ireland with Kevin Kelly, SLL Vice-President; Paddy Craven, Institute of Lighting Professionals; and Dermot Dungan, Engineers Ireland.