Energy Ireland 2021


Energy Ireland 2021

Towards a net zero carbon future

Now in its 25th year, Energy Ireland continues to be the major annual event on the Irish energy calendar, attracting influential delegates from across the sector.

Energy Ireland is a two-day, multi-stream conference designed to offer optimal opportunities for focused sessions which maximise discussion and debate. All-island in outlook, the conference seeks to comprehensively examine the latest developments across all components of the Irish energy sector, including: renewables; electricity; gas; energy markets and infrastructure; sustainability; and digital energy.

In Ireland and beyond, 2021 represents a decisive moment in the transition to a net zero carbon future. Legislating for a total reduction of 51 per cent of emissions by 2030 and a national objective of climate neutrality “no later than 2050”, the Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendment) Bill 2021 will establish a legal framework for Ireland to meet these targets, as well as its European and international commitments and obligations. Given the scale of the ambition to 2030 and beyond, this year’s conference will consider how the energy sector must respond; transforming how we generate and consume energy to deliver the transition.

In person event fee: €495 + VAT @ 23% = €608.85
Virtual event fee: €495 + VAT @ 23% = €608.85

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Key themes for the 2021 conference:

  • Implications of an Irish Climate Action and Low Carbon Development Act
  • European energy policy outlook
  • Irish energy leaders’ debate: Electricity; heat; and transport
  • Future of energy markets
  • Decarbonising Ireland’s gas network
  • Heat in Ireland
  • Offshore wind: The Offshore Renewable Electricity Support Scheme
  • Digital energy
  • Renewable energy technologies: Solar; green hydrogen; and bioenergy
  • Climate leaders’ debate: energy; agriculture; and transport
Event Details

Event Details

Start date: 15 September, 2021

End date: 16 September, 2021

Start time: 09:00

End time: 17:00

Venue: Croke Park, Dublin


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