Liam McLaughlin

Expert in energy efficiency and internationally recognized energy management. He is a marine engineer from the Cork Institute of Technology, with a certificate of competence in Class 1 and an MBA from the Open University. He has developed his career in the field of energy management since 1990. He is Certified Energy Manager International (CEMI) AEE (Association of Energy Engineers).

Member of the technical committee TC 301 of ISO (International Organization for Standardization) since its foundation in 2009, is editor and reviewer of international energy management standards (ISO 50001 and derivatives, such as ISO 50002, ISO 50015).

Recognized as an international expert in energy management for the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and leading trainer at ISO, he directs the training that this organization teaches in more than 16 countries today. He has also developed and delivered training and lectures at various universities and representatives of national energy agencies from more than 100 countries.

He is a technical expert at INAB (Irish National Accreditation Board), accrediting certification bodies in ISO 50001.

He has led the implementation of Energy Management Systems for numerous international clients, directing the process of planning, data analysis, training and operation, and especially focused on the technical visits of search of energy saving measures, definition of performance indicators Energy Audits, and Retrocommissioning (RCx).