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Good luck to NUI Galway and Boston Scientific for the GEMS (Global Energy Management System) which has been shortlisted in the RIA Awards tonight.

GEMS has been shortlisted in the US-Ireland Research Innovation Category Award. The GEMS initiative was led by researchers from NUI Galway and Boston Scientific. It has empowered Boston Scientific to become the first global medical device company to commit to being carbon neutral by 2030.  PM Group was pleased to be a sponsor of the GEMS initiative.  

GEMS’ methodology assists multinational companies to deliver optimal network energy performance, helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and enable informed decision making on energy investment projects across multiples sites and geographies. 

Successfully implemented by Boston Scientific, GEMS energy modelling approach helps a company to determine best ‘bang-for-buck’ from investments in terms of energy conservation projects.

About the RIA awards:
The US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards are a joint initiative of the Royal Irish Academy and the American Chamber of Commerce, Ireland. The awards recognise excellence in research innovation, creation and invention by an organisation, as a result of US Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Ireland. 

More about this on the RIA website

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