Programme Manager – SME Support Programme This role will be required to create a new unit to work with SMEs on energy efficiency. Priority in 2018 will be to develop a strategy, design and roll out an expanded programme of support specifically targeted at the small and medium sized enterprise to leverage the opportunity presented by energy efficiency for this sector.
Programme Executive – Public Sector Energy Management The role within the Public Sector and Business Department is to manage and co-ordinate the energy management support services that SEAI provide to the public sector to promote and accelerate energy management.
Programme Executive – Large Business The role within the Business and Public Sector Department is to design and develop programmes, events and initiatives supporting those responsible for energy in client organisations with high energy use to adopt good energy management practices.
Programme Manager – EXEED Certified This role will lead both the ongoing development of EXEED Certified and its supporting EXEED Grant programme. You will have ownership across the full EXEED value-chain.
Programme Executive – Market Surveillance Authority This is a technical engineering role to support the operation and on-going development of market surveillance activities by SEAI. The role will principally focus on energy related products relating to eco-design, energy labelling and tyre labelling.
Programme Executive – Energy Efficiency Obligation Scheme This role will support the on-going Energy Efficiency Obligation Scheme programme development and technical oversight activities.
Programme Assistant – Energy Policy Statistical Support Unit This role will provide assistance in relation to statistical data management and analysis within SEAI’s Energy Policy Statistical Support Unit (EPSSU).
See www.seai.ie/careers/ for full details
If not, then you are not listening. Contrary to what some commentators would have you believe, the building services industry is behaving in a very responsible manner when it comes to the environment, sustainability and energy saving.
The issue of Building Services News is awash with evidence of the sector’s determination not just to help Ireland realise its EU 2020 obligations, but also to honour the spirit of its objectives.
In addition to a wealth of information on all manner of innovative product developments from individual companies, there are also articles from leading regulatory bodies and industry representative associations pointing the way forward.
System designers, contractors, installers and other key decision-makers will find a wealth of advice, guidance and informed opinion in this latest issue of Building Services News. To Hear the Eco log on to issuu.com/patlehane/docs/bsnews_jan_feb_2017_web_file
C&F Quadrant has appointed Michael Hempenstall to the Commercial Heating Division of the company. Michael brings a wealth of experience to this role and will be instrumental in developing the company’s leading brands within the specification sector.
Michael’s contact details are Tel: 087 241 3384; email: email@example.com
Jim Gannon, newly-appointed CEO of SEAI.
Jim Gannon has been appointed Chief Executive Officer by the SEAI. The appointment took effect on 23 May 2016 and Jim will lead the development and delivery of the Authority’s new five-year strategy. Mr Gannon is an engineering graduate of NUI Galway, has a Masters in Environmental Assessment from the University of Wales Aberystwyth and an MBA from the UCD Smurfit School of Business.
He has worked within the energy sector throughout his career, delivering projects at a European, national and regional level for public and private sector organisations. This has included projects across conventional and renewable energy, transmission and distribution infrastructure, energy demand management and technology development. Most recently, he held the position of Director at RPS Group, leading the Energy, Environment and Health and Safety sector.
SEAI Chair, Ms Julie O’Neill said: “Jim Gannon is an energetic and widely respected energy professional with a wealth of experience across all aspects of energy policy implementation. Working with the executive team, he will build on the successes of recent years and lead the organisation into the next phase which demands a rapid decarbonisation of our entire energy system.”
Speaking on his appointment, Mr Gannon said: “The new White Paper and recent commitments made at COP21 in Paris provide Ireland with both challenges and significant opportunities over the coming period. As a result, Ireland is likely to experience change at an infrastructural scale in addition to a technology-led democratisation of the energy system across electricity, transport and heat. I look forward to leading SEAI as it plays a central role in our transition to a more economically, socially and environmentally sustainable energy future.”
Dr Brian Motherway has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI).
Speaking of the appointment, Mr Brendan Halligan, Chairman of the Board of SEAI said ‘The Board is delighted that a person of Dr Motherway’s calibre will now lead the organisation through challenging times, something he is ideally equipped to do. Dr Motherway’s appointment opens up an exciting new vista for SEAI.’
Dr Motherway holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Chemical Engineering and a PhD in Sociology. He first joined SEAI in 2006 and in his most recent role as Chief Operations Officer had overall responsibility for SEAI operations, performance and impacts, strategic planning, and its work in clean technology and enterprise.
Chairman Brendan Halligan continued: “Sustainable energy is now a core strategic issue for society and must be tackled with strong policies and actions which recognise the urgency of the challenges we face. SEAI will continue to lead with innovative thinking and action to support Ireland in creating jobs, enhancing competitiveness and ensuring clean secure energy for all. With Dr Motherway as our new Chief Executive, I am confident the Authority will continue to go from strength to strength.”