Elected president of the Association of Energy Engineers Ireland Chapter in May 2020; Conor Molloy, is an independent energy advisor with an MSc in Energy Management and Renewable energy from University of Ulster, he is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM), Measurement & Verification professional (CMVP) and trainer for ISO50001 and Smart Freight’s Transport Manager training.
He has trained over 250 Lead Assessors in Transport Energy Auditing for ESOS (UK) and across the EU, led the publication of EN 16247-4 Europe’s transport energy audit standard and contributed to ISO50004 – the original guide to ISO50001.
Conor trains companies to implement ISO50001 and fleets to maximise their energy and fuel performance.
Since 2005, Conor has been helping business save fuel and manage their energy use for profit and reduced emissions. Accepted as a member of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), Freight Transport Association Ireland (FTAI), and the Efficiency Valuation Organisation EVO. He is a registered lead ESOS assessor (UK) and registered energy auditor (Ireland).
The greenest, most profitable energy is the energy you do not use – authentic solutions 2006 (now AEMS).
- MSc Energy Management & Renewables from the University of Ulster
- CEM Certified Energy Manager No.92836 (AEE Assoc. of Energy Engineers)
- ESOS Lead Assessor registered with AEE UK
- Registered Energy Auditor #10001 for Republic of Ireland
- CMVP Certified Measurement & Verification Professional No.1536 (IPMVP)
- QQI Level 6 train the trainer qualified
- 15 years full-time energy management services experience (2005-2020)
- Specialised in transport, recognised national expert in EU, UK and Ireland
- 200+ site, fleet and transport energy audits completed; fleets, offices to warehouses, diamond factories to bakeries. Has trained 250+ energy auditors in transport audits.
- Multiple multi-national client companies certified to ISO50001.
- Trains for Certification Europe and others in 50001 implementation and integrating Transport within 50001
- AEE – Association of Energy Engineers
- EVO – Efficiency Valuation Organisation
- FTAI – Freight Transport Association Ireland
- CILT – Chartered Institute of Transport & Logistics
- LowCVP – UK Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership from its foundation
15 years energy saving services for business
- 2019 Invited back to Malta to provide ECOdrive train the trainer
- 2018 Invited on to Global Logistics Emissions Council by Smart Freight Centre
- 2018 Completed Climate Reality Leadership programme with Al Gore Berlin (July)
- 2017 Trained 25 Energy Auditors for Maltese government (road, marine and air)
- ECOfleet and ECOdrive online apps launched to improve customer support
- QQI Level 6 Train the Trainer passed with Distinction March-April’17
- 2016 Invited to speak at:
- Energy Institute, City of London
- International Energy Agency – Paris
- AEE – Washington
- Chaired ISO50001UK
- 2015 Conor Molloy trains 150 (now over 250) UK ESOS Lead Assessors with AEE
- at request of UK Environment Agency in transport energy auditing (TEA)
- 2014 AEMS (ISO50001 and ECOfleet) 50% funded by EI for export clients
- 2013 Elected chair EU CEN CENELEC Transport Energy Management WG
- EN 16247-4 Energy Audit standard publication led by Conor Molloy
- ECOfleet customers save 12,000t CO2 / 4,000,000L
- 2012 National Expert on ISO50004 – TC242
- World first; transport operator (buses) client ISO50001 certified
- 2011 ‘Best Service Provider’ Award
- Contributor to EU Transport Energy Audit Standard
- 2010 2 Energy Award Winning clients (first ever in transport)
- 2009 SEAI Public Sector advisors (reappointed 2010 to 2019)
- 2008 Transport EnergyMAP developed and delivered
- 2007 SEAI Advisors & trainers (reappointed every year to 2019)
- 2006 ECOfleet wins County Enterprise Board Innovation Award
- 2005 Exporting to UK (telematics, emissions mgmt., systems development)
Prior to setting up authentic/AEMS, Conor worked at a number of internet start-ups including WS2 (which became Fleetmatics now Verizon), a cryptography chip designer funded by Intel, headed Corel Corporation’s worldwide eBusiness Division, and was elected chair of the Business Software Alliance in 1999-2000.
He founded and grew Ireland’s first digital imaging wholesaler out of Kodak’s Digital Imaging Division, where Conor was one of the first 50 employees, having joined from Kodak Business Imaging dealing with large corporates on mainframes and high speed high volume document processing.
Married with three adult children, Conor enjoys cycling sportifs and chasing fast jets for photographic purposes.