Emma Mooney, Research Assistant

Mrs Mooney has a BE, (Process Engineering) from University College Cork, an MSc (Energy Management) from the University of Ulster and an MBA from the University of Limerick.  Currently Mrs Mooney is undertaking a PhD in the University of Limerick on Low Grade Energy Management, which is funded through the IRCSET EPS scheme in conjunction with Intel.

Emma is a chartered Engineer with 11 years industrial and commercial experience in the field of Energy, Utilities, Sustainability and Project Management.  Her experience includes:

  • Energy strategy development, renewable energy feasibility studies, energy auditing, energy efficient technology analysis, sustainability strategies, building energy ratings, BREEAM assessments, energy procurement strategy, energy awareness training, energy management, Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) projects, engineering projects within the facilities department.
  • Facilities and Utilities Engineering
  • Project management.
  • Business development.
  • Qualified BREEAM assessor, and has completed training in IS393 and in BER (DEC) for commercial buildings and for Large Public Buildings.

Emma’s research interests include Low grade energy management, efficient usage of energy in industrial processes, Process Integration, Heat and mass and heat transfer in gas (vapour)-liquid systems; Mathematical modelling and Heat utilisation from flue gases.