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EDPAC doubles size of Cork manufacturing plant and creates 50 jobs
"Data centre and air cooling systems manufacturer EDPAC International has announced the creation of 50 jobs as Tanaiste Simon Coveney TD officially opened the company’s newly extended manufacturing plant in Carrigaline, Co Cork. The Irish-owned company's client list and projects include: installations at Doha airport, Qatar’s Al Wakra stadium, Hong Kong’s metro, Bolivia’s Itaipu dam, Copenhagen’s city link metro, the BBC, most hospitals in Ireland and Pairc Ui Chaoimh in the company’s home county. EDPAC International is expanding the headcount in Cork to meet sustained growth over the past three years."
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Excellence in Energy Efficiency Design (EXEED) enables organisations establish a systematic approach to design, construction, and commissioning processes for new investments and upgrades to existing assets. The EXEED Certified program aims to influence and deliver new best practices in energy efficient design management. EXEED designs, verifies, and manages optimum energy performance and management at the earliest stages of the lifecycle. The programme is operated and verified by the SEAI (Sustainable Energy Authority) in Ireland.

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