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The WIT Energy Advisory Group (WEAG) is made up of a multi disciplinary team of WIT staff and students. Members include Tom O'Brien (Dept of Built Environment), Elaine Greenan (Estates office), Paul Quirke (Caital Projects), Aidan McGrath (IT manager), Jerry Horgan (TSSG), Colin Leahy (Electrical), Martin Walsh (Mechanical), Frank Heraughty (Educational Services), Mairead Bonnar (Diverse Campus Services), Tony Whelan (Estates). Student union president and Elaine Sheridan (Executive board).

Our terms of reference are as follow;
1.Through campaigns of energy awareness, to create a platform for engagement with the staff and student community.
2.To foster a research driven agenda in the area of WIT energy demand and supply.
3.To assist, through energy related projects, in applying for funding to enhance knowledge and improve operating efficiency.
4.To review and provide assistance to take action on energy reduction iniatives in WIT.
5.To proactively reduce the dependence on fossil fuel based energy systems and promote the application of appropriate renewable energy systems.
6.To develop strong links with industry and Government in becoming a best practice exemplar of energy performance in a campus focused environment.
 

For further information or suggestions on all things energy please contact us at [email protected]

WIT is the first institute of technology in Ireland to be certified to the international best practice energy management system I.S EN ISO 50001:2011, an international standard which relates to energy management systems.

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