The Irish Knowledge Centre


The Knowledge Centre will engage in a close partnership with both Irish and international universities, regional agencies specialising in the development of green skills and energy transition, and local government authorities.  Energy companies are also seen as possible beneficiaries and advocates of SHERLOCK's educational programs. 

Consequently, civil society organisations will actively contribute to the promotion of SHERLOCK's upskilling initiatives.   


  • Provide students and professionals with a free learning platform to readily upskill.
  • Provide a clear direction to proffesionals by providing a tool to find and gain the requisite skills to excel in their career.
  • Get community to actively engage in creation and dissemination of courses.

Team members

Dr. Fabiano Pallonetto
Maynooth University
Dr. Emmanuel Kypraios
Maynooth University
If you are interested in learning more about the Irish Knowledge Centre, please send your email to

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Latest News & Events

Successful completion of the SHERLOCK co-creation workshops

February 8, 2024
We are excited to announce the successful completion of the SHERLOCK project's co-creation workshops. Held in Ireland, Italy, and Portugal, these workshops engaged local experts from academia, the energy sector, and the building and retrofitting industries to gather insights and expectations for the project’s learning programs.

SHERLOCK and RES4CITY to participate in EUSEW

May 21, 2024
We are excited to announce that our innovative EU-funded projects, RES4CITY and SHERLOCK, will be co-participating in the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) in Brussels from June 11-13, 2024.

A recap of SHERLOCK three co-creation workshops

April 30, 2014
The first three co-creation workshops, held in Slovakia, Greece, and Spain, involved professionals from various sectors to identify training needs and educational opportunities for upskilling and reskilling. Coordinated by partner organisations, these workshops engaged experts from industries, financial institutions, educational institutions, and associations, providing valuable insights and engagement.
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