Renewable Energy Summit 2013
Brian Motherway, SEAI; Marie Donnelly, European Commission; Minister Fergus O'Dowd, TD; Bob Hanna, Department of Communications, Energy & Natural Resources and Pat Nally, RSA at the annual Irish Renewable Energy Summit held in Dublin recently.
Taoiseach launches Renewable energy supplement
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, TD has launched the 2012 edition of the Energy Ireland® Renewable Energy Supplement. The supplement, which is an annual publication, covers the whole range of renewable energy activity in Ireland including onshore and offshore wind, renewable heat, bioenergy, wave and tidal energy as well as looking at issues such as grid development, planning and financing renewables. Expert contributors include Garrett Blaney, Commissioner, Commission for Energy Regulation and David Taylor, Chairman, Energy Institute in Ireland. It is circulated extensively to key stakeholders and decision-makers in the renewables, and broader energy sectors, north and south.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny launching the 2012 Renewable Energy Supplement with Editor and Energy Ireland® Director, Owen McQuade.
Renewable energy supplement online
David Taylor, Chairman of the Energy Institute (Republic of Ireland) discusses the future of renewable energy in Ireland. The...[full story]
SSE, Ireland’s largest renewable energy generator and developer, says the industry must demonstrate the long-lasting...[full story]
Andrew Ryan, Head of Tughans’ Environment, Planning and Energy Department, considers how the proposed Electricity...[full story]
Dorit McCann discusses the options around curtailment of wind in the all-island market, a key issue for generators...[full story]
A clear strategy for developing renewable energy and reform of the planning system are needed, according to the International...[full story]
Ronan MacNioclais, Partner PwC, looks at what is needed to ensure Ireland’s renewable energy sector can continue...[full story]
The Northern Ireland Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment (DETI) has produced a cross-departmental ‘Sustainable...[full story]
ESRI research professor John FitzGerald believes that Ireland’s energy relationship with others must be at the heart...[full story]
Commercial development of marine energy in Ireland remains a considerable distance away. There is no doubting Ireland’s...[full story]
The Offshore Renewable Energy Strategic Action Plan (ORESAP) targets 600MW of offshore wind and 300MW of tidal energy...[full story]
Peter Cheney examines the Northern Ireland Executive’s Marine Bill and the debate over protecting and managing a...[full story]
A new study looks at the impact of potential offshore wind development on the UK economy. By 2030, UK GDP could increase...[full story]
An incentive focussed on renewable heat in the industrial sector would stimulate significant economic activity says...[full story]
A confrontational approach by wind farm developers only adds to local opposition, when the planning system should be...[full story]
The University of Ulster’s Centre for Sustainable Technologies has been at the forefront of developing cost effective...[full story]
Bord Gáis Energy’s Managing Director Dave Kirwan tells Owen McQuade about new strategies for the renewable era and...[full story]