The conference will take place on 31 January in Croke Park. Addressed by local and visiting experts, it is Ireland’s largest and most important conference for the sector and is attended by all the key players
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The Irish Renewable Energy Summit 2018 comes at a pivotal time in the transition of Ireland’s energy system.  As we approach 2020 and beyond there will be an increasing political pressure to ramp up the amount of energy from renewable sources across all areas: wind onshore and offshore; solar; renewable gas; bioenergy; marine and other renewable technologies.

This year’s conference will take place on Wednesday 31 January in Croke Park, Dublin.  Don’t miss the opportunity to secure your place at Ireland’s major renewables conference.  Addressed by local and visiting experts, it is Ireland’s largest and most important conference for the sector and is attended by all the key players.

Keynote speakers include:

  • Denis Naughten TD, Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment
  • Walt Patterson, Associate Fellow, Chatham House
  • Catherine Bowyer, Senior Policy Analyst, Institute for European Environmental Policy
  • Jim Gannon, Chief Executive, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
  • Tanya Harrington, Head of Government Affairs and Regulation, Powerscourt
  • Ronan Doherty, Chief Executive Officer, ElectroRoute
  • Eamonn Confrey, Decarbonisation Policy, Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment
  • Brian Ó Gallachóir, Director, Energy Policy and Modelling Research, University College Cork
  • Marek Kubik, Market Director, AES Energy Storage
  • Mark Foley, Managing Director, Coillte
  • Neil Walker, Head of Infrastructure, Ibec

Key issues for the 2018 summit include:

  • Continued role for onshore wind;
  • Developing offshore wind;
  • Future role of solar energy;
  • Electrification of Ireland’s transport fleet;
  • R&D in wave and tidal technologies;
  • The growing importance of bioenergy;
  • A new renewable heat incentive

To view the full conference programme click here.

Benefits of attending

  • Discuss the role of renewables in the energy transition
  • Hear directly from developers of renewable energy
  • Learn about innovative projects being implemented
  • Network with other professionals across the renewable energy sector

Event partnerships available – contact us for details

Exhibition opportunities There are a limited number of excellent opportunities to exhibit at the Irish Renewable Energy Summit 2018. The Summit brings together the entire renewable energy community, along with the wider energy sector so the opportunity to make an impression on this key audience is not to be missed. A physical presence is an excellent way of promoting business development and highlighting expertise to an important stakeholder audience.

For further information contact Claire Speers, Claire.speers@energyireland.ie or Tel: +353 (0)1 661 3755

How to register:

Web: https://www.bmfbusinessservices.com/booking/energyireland/RE_Summit2018/

Phone: +353 (0)1 661 3755

Email: registration@energyireland.ie

Denis Naughten TD, Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment will be a keynote speaker

Denis Naughten TD, Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment will be a keynote speaker

Don’t miss the opportunity to secure your place at Ireland’s major renewables conference.

Don’t miss the opportunity to secure your place at Ireland’s major renewables conference

 

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The Irish Renewable Energy Summit 2018 comes at a pivotal time in the transition of Ireland’s energy system.  As we approach 2020 and beyond there will be an increasing political pressure to ramp up the amount of energy from renewable sources across all areas: wind onshore and offshore; solar;...