OESM-IE is a SEAI funded project which uses open and transparent computer modelling to explore the space of potential energy system decarbonisation strategies for Ireland.

Society-wide Scenarios for Effective Climate Change Mitigation (SSECCM-IE) is an EPA-funded, 1-year project reviewing literature toward informing research and policy recommendations for the design of deep decarbonisation scenarios relevant to Ireland's low carbon transition. This project, looking at all greenhouse gases from all sectors, follows on from the IENETS-IE project, which focused on Ireland's carbon dioxide quota and carbon dioxide removal potential.

Investigating the Potential for Negative Emissions Technologies in Ireland (IE-NETS) is a completed two year research project funded by the Environmental Protection Agency of Ireland (EPA) Research Programme 2014-2020 (grant number 2016-CCRP-MS.36). It was undertaken jointly by Dublin City University and Trinity College Dublin under the direction of Professor Barry McMullin (DCU) and Professor Mike Jones (TCD).
IE-NETS: website and Twitter 

Carbon Budgeting, Research Fellowship to the Climate Change Advisory Council 
Fellow: Paul Price. DCU Supervisors: Prof. Barry McMullin and Dr. Aideen O'Dochartaigh
Through DCU, this Fellowship provides  EPA-funded research support carbon budget to the Climate Change Advisory Council.
Fellowship research focus: Carbon budgets to inform climate action: A society-wide, integrated GHG quota and accounting perspective.