Major Power & Electricity Summit set to take place next week
14 January 2015
iQuest’s seventh National Power & Electricity Summit is the first major power event of 2015. It takes place in Carton House, Maynooth, next week, January 22nd. As well as featuring Ireland’s biggest and brightest names in the energy sector, three renowned international speakers are part of this year’s line up:
- Annika Hedberg, senior policy analyst, European Policy Centre, Brussels;
- Dr Jens Weinmann, programme director – customised solutions, European School of Management & Technology, Berlin; and
- Sacha Deshmukh, CEO, Smart Energy GB
Many of Ireland’s leading companies have already signed up to attend including: Gas Networks Ireland, ESB Networks, Commission for Energy Regulation, Elgin Energy, Dimpco, PSE Power Systems, Eirgrid, NovoGrid, Indaver Ireland, Mason Hayes & Curran, UCD, Smart Grid Ireland, Bord Na Mona, Oracle Ireland, Interxion Ireland, CG Power Systems, Aggreko Ltd, Letterkenny Institute of Technology, Alstom Grid, The Digital Exchange, UCC, Gemserv, Pinergy, Climote, Glen Dimplex Renewables, Siemens, EnerNoc Ireland, ESB and many more…..
According to iQuest managing director Michael Nolan, the Summit is confident of achieving its three main goals:
- Bringing together energy and electricity leaders and stakeholders to discuss and debate the challenges and opportunities facing this dynamic sector;
- Providing a premium networking platform for Government, agencies, operators, contractors, vendors, consultants and others to share information and exchange ideas to support power developments in Ireland; and
- Adding to the debate on the future of Ireland’s energy policy, which is particularly relevant with the anticipated publication of a White Paper on Energy Policy in 2015.
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