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On Demand

How can building data analytics reduce Demand?

Buildings are responsible for 40% of global energy consumption. Watch the recording of CIMs lunch and learn session to hear from our panel of experts about reducing this energy consumption and building a better future across large buildings and facilities. Our panel will discuss best practices to cost effectively achieve your CO2 reduction targets, lower energy spend and leverage building data analytics to develop a roadmap. Register today to learn more about industry best practices and expect to hear about:

Learn more about: 

  • Are buildings ready for an energy-efficient future?
  • What type of initiatives should buildings be implementing to deliver Energy Savings & CO2 reductions?
  • What are the major challenges including; energy crisis, OPEX, uptime, safety, alarm fatigue to tackling sustainability and how can site leadership overcome them?
  • Key considerations or best practices used when developing CO2 reductions strategies
  • The power of data and bridging the gap between identified and realised savings

Meet the Panel

Panel Chair

Dave Walsh

CEO, CIM
David was inspired to create CIM because of the ’black hole’ he observed in the way data was being used within buildings. Companies were data-rich but information poor, and finding or fixing the root cause of wastage was a major challenge. Leveraging his combined experience in computer science, energy efficiency and the property industry, David built an innovative solution to prove the idea that making better use of existing data could improve building performance. Prior to moving to Australia, David worked in Ireland and Germany as a systems engineer Fortune 500 SAP and Intel, and as a director of technical services for a design, building and property company. He has a bachelor of computer science from Griffith College in Dublin.
Jim McClelland

The Panel

Jeff Power - SEAI

Dr Ken Bruton

Lecture in Engineering Data Analytics, UCC

Ken is a doctorate level graduate of UCC School of Engineering with 20 years’ experience working with the industrial sector on data driven energy efficiency. He also holds a 6 sigma green belt in LEAN manufacturing principles. Ken has also worked as an Energy Agreements Support Manager with SEAI, where he mentored many of the largest energy users in Ireland in the implementation of IS393, EN16001 & ISO50001 energy management standards. Ken works closely with industrial partners to research & develop intelligent energy & automation system analytics solutions to optimise their systems. He has previously worked on the award winning i2e2 Technology Centre HVAC Automated Fault Detection & Diagnostics tool development project. Ken currently directs a research team within the Intelligent Efficiency Research Group at UCC where they strive to assist industry to unlock the potential of the twin transition to decarbonise industry by leveraging data driven industrial analytics.

Paul Walsh - CIM

Darren Murphy

Contract Manager, CBRE Global Workplace Solutions, EMEA

Darren has over 7 years of experience in CBRE Global as a Contracts Manager across large hi-tech Manufacturing and Life Sciences facilities to ensure they deliver a high standard of work on the site and maintain its prestigious features. These sites include managing the global headquarter facilities in Cork on behalf of Johnson Controls. Darren has hands-on experience maintaining all systems including on-site HVAC, uptime, and critical powers systems for data rooms including energy-saving projects, breakdowns, extra servers, refurbishments, UPS maintenance, HVAC maintenance and maintaining backup generators. One of his key roles is to promote new innovate ideas for energy and cost saving products.

Paul Walsh - CIM

Paul Walsh

General Manager, CIM
Leading CIM’s European expansion, Paul joined CIM with a passion for combating climate change and how disruptive technology has the ability to remove barriers to delivering demand-side energy savings for large property owners in a very short time frame. Prior to joining CIM, Paul led the Johnson & Johnson Ireland Energy Team, delivering over 15,000MT of CO2 reduction programs and also working on several sustainability initiatives. With 20 years of industry experience in delivering energy savings, Paul is a Certified Energy Manager with a Bachelor of Technology (Hons) in Manufacturing Technology and an MBA from the University of Limerick.
Paul Walsh - CIM

Adrian McCarthy

Energy Manager & Site Facilities Manager J&J & DePuy

Adrian is the Energy Manager for Johnson & Johnson Campus Ireland and Site Facilities/Utilities Engineering Lead at DePuy Synthes. He has over 20 years’ industry experience including Engineering and Energy roles in GSK, AbbVie, MSD and now J&J. Adrian is responsible for the delivery of J&J Sustainability goals including achieving Carbon Neutrality in Irish Operations by 2030. These include the 4 Manufacturing Sites of DePuy Synthes, Janssen Sciences, Janssen Pharma and Vision Care and 6 Commercial Office sites across Dublin, Limerick and Mayo.