As part of its ‘Knowledge Still’ programme the Irish Whiskey Association in partnership with the Irish arm of the Institute of Brewing and Distilling will hold a hybrid workshop focusing on Energy Supply Decarbonising Energy Supply for Irish Distilleries and Breweries from 10:00 to 13:00 on Monday, 25 April 2022. This hybrid workshop will take place at the Ibec offices (88-86 Lower Baggot St, Dublin 2).
Over the last number of years, Irish distilleries and breweries have greatly improved their performance in terms of Energy Efficiency with a consequent reduction in Energy Consumption and associated Carbon Footprint.
Energy Supply also has a major impact on the Carbon Footprint of Irish Distilleries and Breweries, and their products, both in terms of Scope 1 Emissions (Fuel Combusted on site and fuel used in Company Owned Vehicles) and Scope 2 Emissions (Purchased Electricity and/or Heating/Cooling). This seminar looks at what the future holds for Energy Supply in Ireland from a Carbon Point of View and will give Distilleries and Breweries an overview of currently available solutions.
This will be a hybrid meeting meaning it will be possible for members to attend in person or dial in via MS Teams.
If you would like to attend this workshop please register your interest by using the book now button at the top of the page at this link. When registering to attend please indicate if you intend to attend in person or dial in.
The confirmed speakers at this workshop are:
- SEAI – Fergus Sharkey (Head of Business Supports & Transport)
- Eirgrid – speaker t.b.c.
- Gas Networks Ireland – Padraig Fleming
- Calor Ireland (LPG/Bio LPG) – Richard Alexander (Sustainable Fuels Lead)
- Liquid and Transport Fuels- Fuels for Ireland – Kevin McPartlan (CEO)
- German Irish Chamber of Commerce/ German-Irish Hydrogen Council – Frank Daly (Project Manager – Renewables & Energy Efficiency)
The workshop will be chaired by the Chair of the IWA Knowledge Committee, Michael Clancy.
There will be two Q&A sessions – following the first two speakers and again after the remaining speakers have finished.
If you do register to attend I would advise putting a hold in your diary from 10:00 to 13:00 on the 25 April. For those of you dialling in this workshop will take place using the MS Teams platform however the Teams invitation will only be forwarded to those who have registered to attend a day or two before the event.
There is no charge for Drinks Ireland members to attend. There is also no limit to the number of persons attending online. However an in-person attending limit of one person per company will be applied.