National Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference 2019

National Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference 2019

Renewable Engine had a successful day at the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference held in Dublin, Ireland.  Dr Alistair Quinn, Programme Manager at South West College, presented the project to the audience at the co-located National Sustainability Summit.  He was able to give an academic perspective to collaborating with industry through Renewable Engine and quantified the benefits of such collaborative research & innovation models.

The project also engaged with delegates throughout the day at the Renewable Engine exhibition stand where project staff were on hand to discuss research activity with delegates and explore potential collaborations with industry.  As part of this, a “pop-up seminar” was held in the exhibition space, with Dr Vinay Mulgundmath of Doosan Babcock invited to give an industry perspective to participating in the Renewable Engine project.

New approaches and technology have been introduced in recent years that have created significant organisational and process improvements.  The aim of the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference is to showcase such innovative approaches and to disseminate the innovative research that underpins them.

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The project is supported by the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB), with match funding provided by the Department for the Economy (Northern Ireland) and Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment (Republic of Ireland).
Interreg - Northern Ireland - Ireland - Scotland - European Regional Development Fund

We are delighted to hear that the hard work & dedication of the #EUFunded, #INTERREGVA @renewableeng project is being recognised. As lead partner, @swccollege has been nominated for the prestigious @greengowns award.

Congratulations to everyone involved.

Renewable Engine@renewableeng

South West College nominated for prestigious @greengowns award through the work of Renewable Engine: