On Tuesday 26th April 2022 the EU HEATER Project hosted the second in its series of webinars titled 'Energy Monitoring for Sustainable Communities'. The event showcased Remote Energy Monitoring for Sustainability in the Agriculture sector, the MAKING-CITY Project and the Northern Ireland Housing Executives approach to accessibility, mobility and assistive technologies. The presentations focused on enhancing viewers understanding of technological advances and innovative solutions for heat, health and wellbeing for rural, sparsely populated areas within the NPA region, with the aim of educating and informing rural householders on key issues, technological advances and the potential energy solutions available to them.
The three speakers included:
- Malachy McElholm, Ulster University, School of Computing, Engineering and Intelligent Systems Remote Energy Monitoring for Sustainability in Agri. See Presentation
- Jean-Nicolas Louis, University of Oulu MAKING-CITY Project Smart Energy Use and Remote Monitoring Applications for Tenants in district of Kaukovainio, Oulu. See Presentation
- Shane Elliott, Northern Ireland Housing Executive, Housing and Health Lead Accessibility, Mobility and Assistive Technologies to promote Health and Wellbeing in Housing. See Presentation
Watch 'Energy Monitoring for Sustainable Communities' here.