Since 2005 we have advised business and government on climate, energy and emissions related to transport and energy efficiency.
Over the years we have been privileged to work for the EU Concerted Action (all 27 member states), EU Commission, UK, Irish and Maltese governments as well as state agencies at various times and on various topics, but always related to transport energy and climate.
Since 2018 Conor Molloy has served on the Smart Truck Management Council and is now an expert on the Global Logistics Emissions Council (GLEC) panel with Smart Freight Centre.
A registered national expert with NSAI and advisor on SEAI’s panels for Large Industry and Public Sector, Conor is also on Enterprise Ireland’s green panel.
In 2006 we travelled to Netherlands to understand the concepts behind ecodriving and applied them to local (open road) conditions in Ireland and the UK; in 2012 Enprova backed us to bring the last of the EU capacity building for ecodriving to Ireland to train our competitors and several govt driving schools (Defence Forces and An Garda Siochana).
Our public presentations are available at SlideShare see https://www.slideshare.net/ConorMolloy
2012-2019 we facilitated many of the Future In series of events for leaders in Pharma, Food, ICT, Energy and Environment.
Our facilitation and advice has delivered or contributed to:
- Transport Energy Management programmes (Transport EnergyMAP 2006-2012)
- Energy Efficiency Obligation Scheme programmes (2012-date)
- Upgraded green public procurement guidance (2014-date)
- Electric vehicle adoption in commercial vehicle fleets (largest fleets in Ireland)
- Alternative fuels adoption in sustainable logistics (PPO, CNG)
- Standardisation of reporting (IPMVP, 50004, GLEC etc.)
- ECOdriving programmes
- Carrier/haulier engagement programmes
- Facilitating Future in Pharma, Food,
With adequate data our advices can be delivered online, or if data is scarce (as it often is in transport), we can work on the ground to engage operators and facilitate programme development within legal frameworks and industry need.