We are a group of individuals from multiple backgrounds who are focused on inducing minds to improve environmental efficiency in homes and businesses across Ireland. To achieve this goal we've devoted our last few years to creating a system capable of accurate energy & environmental monitoring, enabling businesses and home owners to get a granular understanding of their energy use and how they are impacting the environment.
We monitor energy consumption and environmental factors. This provides context and increases understanding the costs of what you enact, the carbon implications of what your actions, and the options you have to lower consumption, reduce costs and carbon output.
Our team comprises of innovators and have decades of experience across energy, construction, transport, climate change, utilities, IT and Communications sectors. This breadth of knowledge allows us to identify specific opportunities to increase efficiencies and decarbonise sectors in the effective and novel ways.
Our Mission Statement
"Inducing change by enabling people and businesses to understand and quantify their energy usage and carbon emissions."
Meet The Team
Jonathan's background spread across the software, telecommunications, cyber security and energy sectors.
He has spent over a decade in roles associated with the design and implementation of communication systems that allow Irish System Operators ESB and Eirgrid to operate the electricity systems as they do today.
Having various accreditations in Cyber Security and representing Ireland as the chair of the All-Island Information Exchange for Cyber Security. He has lead EU FP7 and Horizon projects, was responsible for the creation of the largest scale energy testbed in Ireland “The Dingle Project”.
Adrian has over 10 years experience as an innovator, technologist, building enduring practices and products.
Focusing on hybrid cloud technologies, he has four patents successfully filed in the automation and orchestration space. He has applied his knowledge to all areas of the industry from training programme design to enterprise architecture for various companies in the fortune 500, he has been advising and delivering complex cloud computing solutions and go-to-market strategies for some of the biggest consultancies in the world.
More recently, his clients have been involved in the AI and energy sector and in parallel he just completed a masters in AI.
Barry has a background in both industry and academia. He has experience in projects that range from residential demand response to construction of HV transmission substations.
He believes in using data to drive decision making. He demonstrated this in a project he lead that used socioeconomic data to predict where low carbon technology adoption rates could create LV Network constraints and once more in his work for UCC that modelled the dynamic simulation of a hybrid power-to-gas facility that integrates an offshore windfarm and hydrogen electrolyser.