The Irish Renewable Energy Summit is due to take place on December 17 at Crowne Plaza Hotel, Santry and will be attended by key energy industry players
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The Irish Renewable Energy Summit is Ireland’s largest and most important annual conference for the renewables sector and will be attended by key players within the energy industry.  The conference will take place on Thursday December 17 at Crowne Plaza Hotel, Santry and is supported by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland and Phillips66.

Ensure you don’t miss out on the opportunity to hear directly from visiting experts such as Ulf Ranhagen from KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), James Watson from SolarPower Europe and Heymi Bahar, renewables analyst from the International Energy Agency, who will present their latest renewables outlook.

Delegates will also get the local dimension to renewable energy, hearing from Brian Carroll, who leads on renewables policy in DCENR, Laura Brien from the Commission for Energy Regulation, ESB’s head of innovation, Paul Mulvaney and Mike Quinn from Bord na Móna along with many other renewable energy experts.

Key themes addressed will include:

  • Government energy policy for renewables;
  • Meeting the 2030 targets;
  • Economic impact of investment in wind and bioenergy;
  • Global outlook for solar – an opportunity for Ireland?
  • Role of storage in supporting renewables;
  • The energy planning framework;
  • Achieving community acceptance for energy projects;
  • Regulatory framework for renewables;
  • Future of offshore renewables.

Who should attend?

The Irish Renewable Energy Summit will be of interest to anyone involved with energy policy and the key issues facing the future of energy supply in Ireland. Renewable energy developers, energy companies, policy-makers and energy users should all find the summit interesting and valuable.

It will be of particular interest to:

  • Energy sector executives;
  • Government departments and agencies;
  • Policy-makers;
  • Regulators;
  • Economists;
  • Renewable energy developers;
  • Large energy users;
  • Energy agencies;
  • Environmental managers / consultants;
  • Legal and financial advisors;
  • Technical consultants.

The Irish Renewable Energy Summit provides an excellent opportunity for networking and discussion with the industries key players.  A limited number of high quality exhibition spaces are available which provides access to a key audience in the lively networking and coffee area.  The exhibition area is already almost sold out – just 2 spaces remaining.

To view the full conference programme and to secure your place now visit www.energyireland.ie/events/resummitdublin2015 or contact us on 01 661 3755

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The Irish Renewable Energy Summit is Ireland’s largest and most important annual conference for the renewables sector and will be attended by key players within the energy industry.  The conference will take place on Thursday December 17 at Crowne Plaza Hotel, Santry and is supported by the Sustainable Energy...