What is Lean Water & Energy SKILLNET?

The Lean Water & Energy Skillnet is a national training network of large water and energy users across Ireland. It is managed by Central Solutions on behalf of members and is co-funded through Skillnets and the Department of Education & Skills.

Upcoming Training Courses

Innovation Funding & Emerging Technologies in Water Management
November 30, 2017
9:00 am
Maldron Hotel, Midway, Portlaoise Co Laois
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Maldron Hotel Midway, Portlaoise

November 30th

EPA Large Water Users CoP Event

This event is in collaboration with Enterprise Ireland Water Cluster and funded by the Lean Water & Energy Skillnet. We are delighted to have the international water systems expert Dr Thomas Track along with a line-up of national and international expertise and best practice case studies confirmed. The event will also provide a unique opportunity to review both National and European funding avenues for water projects at your site.

Places are limited. To reserve a place or for a detailed agenda contact Rachel rjoyce@central-solutions.com

Innovation Funding & Emerging Technologies in Water Management
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