Accelerating Ireland’s energy transition: Energy Ireland 2024, May 22-23, Croke Park, Dublin

Energy Ireland is Ireland’s No 1 energy conference and is generally recognised as such throughout the sector. This year will be the 28th year the event has taken place and it comes at a pivotal time in the energy transition.

There is radical change right across all aspects of the sector from accelerating renewable energy, the electrification of transport and heat, decarbonisation of the gas grid and a renewed focus on energy security.

Energy Ireland 2024 will bring together all the key stakeholders in the Irish energy sector to discuss and debate the key drivers of the energy transition and energy security. Ireland’s main energy conference will look at the developments that will decarbonise Ireland’s increasingly integrated energy system.

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Key themes for 2024

  • Geopolitical context
  • European energy policy outlook
  • Developing Ireland’s offshore wind resources
  • Decarbonising Ireland’s gas network
  • Financing Ireland’s energy transition
  • Future electricity grid development
  • Demand side management
  • Planning for energy infrastructure
  • Biomethane and hydrogen project profiles

Speakers

  • Eamon Ryan TD, environment, climate and communications minister
  • Conor Murphy MLA, minister for the economy, Northern Ireland
  • Catherine Banet, Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE) & University of Oslo
  • Aoife MacEvilly, Commission for Regulation of Utilities
  • Dave Kirwan, Bord Gáis Energy
  • Marguerite Sayers, ESB
  • Cathal Marley, Gas Networks Ireland
  • Klair Neenan, SSE Airtricity
  • Niamh McGovern, Arthur Cox
  • William Walsh, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
  • Richard Murphy, Pinsent Masons
  • Andy Kelly, AFRY
  • Brian Ó Gallachóir, MaREI Centre, University College Cork
  • John Reilly, Bord na Móna
  • Colm O’Neill, KPMG
  • Laura Brien, Maritime Area Regulatory Authority (MARA)
  • Tara Reale, Goodbody
  • Martin Reilly, Kyte Powertech
  • J Owen Lewis, IIEA Working Group on Climate and Energy
  • Chris Harris, University of Bath
  • Gerry Shannon, Obton Ireland
  • Barry Quinlan, Department of the Environment, Climate & Communications
  • Donna Gartland, Codema – Dublin’s Energy Agency
  • Padraig Fleming, Gas Networks Ireland
  • Simon Ludlam, MaresConnect
  • Claragh Mulhern, Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage
  • David Surplus, B9 Energy
  • Marie Cowan, Geological Survey of Northern Ireland
  • Katie Petherbridge, National Gas UK
  • Muireann Lynch, Economic & Social Research Institute
  • John O’ Shea, Codema – Dublin’s Energy Agency
  • Peter Kehoe, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
  • Rory Monaghan, University of Galway
  • John FitzGerald, Economic & Social Research Institute
  • Úna Nic Giolla Choille

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Five reasons you should book your place now!

  1. Ireland’s major annual energy conference – all key players attend
  2. Hear from Ireland’s energy leaders: DECC, CRU, ESB, Gas Networks Ireland, Bord Gáis Energy, SSE, Bord na Móna
  3. High profile visiting experts presenting external perspectives
  4. Opportunity to hear all the latest developments in Irish energy in one place
  5. Opportunities for Q&A with speakers

Register today!

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

Online:  www.energyireland.ie/conference-2024

Email: info@energyireland.ie

Tel: +353 (0) 1 661 3755