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Paul Murphy

Paul has worked with some of the world’s largest manufacturing companies, having led teams to reduce energy usage, costs, carbon emissions and improve environmental performance.

He is an Energy, Climate Action & Sustainability consultant with extensive experience in Energy Management, Energy Audits & development of Climate Action Strategies in Industrial Manufacturing Facilities within the Food & Dairy, Pharmaceuticals & Biopharmaceuticals & Medical Devices sectors in Ireland, USA, UK, Europe & Asia. To date, he has worked with over 170 manufacturing facilities in 24 countries and over 120 SME companies in Ireland. He is an Internationally Certified Energy Auditor and Energy Efficient Design expert, certified by the SEAI.

Paul has a broad in-depth knowledge of the entire spectrum of Energy, Sustainability & Climate Action areas. He is passionate about taking this experience and expertise and applying it to help businesses at all levels from, Micro, SME to larger enterprises, to take practical climate action whilst also reducing their costs and improving their business performance.

Paul has worked with high-profile clients in Ireland & globally and led the implementation of several programs with significant results in reducing costs and carbon emissions.

He has an in depth understanding of relevant standards such as GHG Protocol and ISO14064 and has developed full life cycle emissions analysis for several companies. He has implemented ISO50001 in numerous companies in Ireland & the USA.

Paul has been a key advisor to several companies around the world in energy, climate & sustainability strategy. Companies include: Glanbia, Abbott, Hovione, Ornua, Dairygold, Lakeland Dairies, Mondelez, Kerry Group, Irish Distillers, Danone, Pepsico, Rusal Aughinish, Vistakon and others.

He has acted as a large industry relationship manager for the SEAI since 2015 and has been key to several industry technical panels on energy efficiency. He works with political parties to develop Energy Policy and is an external examiner at MTU for all sustainability related courses. He was recently appointed to the board of directors of the Renewable Gas Forum of Ireland.

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