DECARBONISING AND CONSERVING OUR UTILITIES AT DUBLIN CITY UNIVERSITY
If you missed this workshop’s live delivery, you can now listen and learn at a time that is most convenient to you.
This presentation sets out the Dublin City University’s achievements to date and their ten-year planning strategy for the de-carbonisation and conservation of their energy systems through to 2030. The plan is to establish pillars and enablers to create a clear and well-defined roadmap, set ambitious aggressive targets, begin a transition progress routing plan, completely eliminate fossil fuels from all new developments, begin the process of electrification of the existing building stock, and to continue with the successful conservation initiatives that have been carried out over the past 15 years.
This workshop is delivered by Richard Kelly, the Estates Manager in Dublin City University who is responsible for the strategic management and development of energy systems and infrastructure across all campuses.
Length: 1 hour 12 minutes
Format: MP4 File
Delivery: A link to the recording will be shared upon receipt of payment