Historic Environment Scotland host Energy Pathfinder Partner meeting at Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, Scotland, October 2021
The energy pathfinder project partners travelled to Kirkwall in the Orkney Islands for 3 days of meetings and study visits in October. This trip was organised by our Scottish partner, Historic Environment Scotland. The energy pathfinder project is developing an
On Wednesday the 20th of October the energy pathfinder team went to visit to Guides Cottage on Kirkwall, Orkney islands. We received a warm welcome on arrival from Katrina Black a member of the Orkney Guides who gave us a
On Thursday 21st of October, six of the energy pathfinder project team travelled to North Ronaldsay island to visit the Lighthouse keeper’s cottage, which is one of the Scottish demonstrator buildings. The plane could only accommodate 8 passengers so a
A codesign workshop was held on Saturday, the 30th of October 2021 in Myross Wood House demonstrator building to discuss the proposed near zero energy retrofit strategy for the building. This workshop was organised by CCAE and delivered by Professor.
Sunday the 22nd of September 2021 saw the official public launch of Green Skibbereen’s Centre of Excellence for Climate Action & Sustainability at Myross Wood House in Leap, Co Cork. The event was attended by 200 people throughout the course
Energy Pathfinder Webinar: Retrofitting Monitoring & Measuring Systems, Cork City Council’s Experience
Energy Pathfinder’s Webinar with Guest Speaker Mr Brian Cassidy took place on Monday 5th July. Catch up and learn about Cork City Council’s experience of Retrofitting Monitoring & Measuring systems.