• I thought Dublin was great. And, maybe more importantly, getting better each year! Simon Allen Membership Secretary UK Data Centre Interest Group

Liam McLaughlin

Chief Technical Officer, GEN Europe
& Consultant to INAB on ISO 50001

Liam McLaughlin is the Chief Technical Officer with GEN Europe an independent energy efficiency and energy management systems consultancy with offices in Ireland and Spain. He has worked in energy efficiency for the past 25 years, initially as an energy manager in industry and since 2001 as an independent consultant. He works with large energy using clients in industry, commerce and the public sector internationally.

He has specialised in energy management systems and ISO 50001 in recent years. He is a member of the ISO committee that wrote and is currently updating ISO 50001. He is the lead international expert with the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) on energy management systems. He also works on training and development with ISO on ISO 50001. He has published 2 guide books on energy management system implementation, one with UNIDO and the other for ISO/ITC/UNIDO.

Liam is also the lead author of training materials for UNIDO on energy performance measurement and indicators. He is also the lead author of a training program on ISO 50006 (Energy Performance Indicators) developed for ISO. He has spoken on the topics of energy management and energy performance measurement at several international conferences including in Ireland, Austria, Mexico, Iran, Chile, Russia, Jordan, South Africa, China, Malaysia, Macedonia, Kazakhstan, Moldova and Azerbaijan.

He has a very specific interest in research into the benefits of better approaches into energy performance measurement.

Liam McLaughlin will be speaking at:

Panel Discussion – Codes Of Practice & European Standards – Impact and Implications of EN 50600 , ISO 50001 & Certification

2018/11/22 11:10 - 11:55

Energy Performance Improvement in Datacentres: Does PUE meet the requirements of ISO 50001?

2018/11/22 10:50 - 11:10

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