Energy Ireland 2020
Ireland’s decade of decarbonisation

7 and 8 October 2020 ∙ Aviva Stadium, Dublin

Energy Ireland 2020

Ireland's decade of decarbonisation

2020 is a pivotal moment in the transition of the global energy sector to a low carbon future. With climate change taking on a renewed urgency in the public consciousness, the decarbonisation of the energy sector will only accelerate in the coming years. Now in its 24th year, Energy Ireland is the major annual conference event for the Irish energy sector and will bring together over 300 delegates from the Irish energy sector and beyond for two days of discussion and networking.

Confirmed speakers

Pat O'Doherty, ESB

Pat O'Doherty
Chief Executive
ESB

Aoife MacEvilly, CRU

Aoife MacEvilly
Commissioner
CRU

William Walsh, SEAI

William Walsh
CEO
SEAI

Alex McLean, Arthur Cox

Alex McLean
Head of Energy, Renewables and Natural Resources
Arthur Cox

Catherine O'Kelly, Bord Gáis Energy

Catherine O'Kelly
Managing Director
Bord Gáis Energy

David Connolly, IWEA

David Connolly
CEO
IWEA

Úna Nic Giolla Choille, DCCAE

Úna Nic Giolla Choille
Principal Officer
DCCAE

Audrey Gallacher
Interim Chief Executive
Energy UK

John FitzGerald, Climate Change Advisory Council

John FitzGerald
Chair
Climate Change Advisory Council

David Lowe
Director, Corporate Finance
Goodbody

Ian Thompson
Principal
Economic Insight

Duncan Osborne, Calor Gas

Duncan Osborne
CEO
Calor Gas

Andy Kelly, AFRY

Andy Kelly
Senior Principal
AFRY

Brian Ó Gallachóir, MaREI

Brian Ó Gallachóir
Centre Director
MaREI

Donna Gartland, Codema

Donna Gartland
CEO
Irish District Energy Association

Richard Murphy, Pinsent Masons

Richard Murphy
Head of Energy and Natural Resources
Pinsent Masons

Kevin Brady, DCCAE

Kevin Brady
Principal Officer
DCCAE

Mary O'Connor
CIO
ESB

Christian Friebe
Energy Policy Specialist
Thüga Gas

David McKee, Granville Eco Park

David McKee
CTO
Granville Eco Park

Nicolas Pocard
Director of Marketing
Ballard

Stuart Madnick
Professor of Information Technologies
MIT Sloan School

J Owen Lewis, Energy Institute

J Owen Lewis
Energy Institute

Clare Watson
Researcher
UCC

Rory Monaghan
Director Energy Systems Engineering
NUIG

Bob Hanna, Smart Grid Ireland

Bob Hanna
Chair
Smart Grid Ireland

Confirmed sponsors

Sponsorship & exhibition opportunities

Join Ireland’s leading energy organisations in partnering with Energy Ireland 2020. An excellent way to showcase your organisation at Ireland’s major annual energy conference, there are a small number of high profile sponsorship and exhibition packages. We are not taking bookings just at the moment, but to register your interest email info@energyireland.ie.

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Aviva Stadium

The Presidents Area entrance is via stairwell 42 which is directly opposite Lansdowne train station. Using this private event entrance also offers use of the west ground car park which has spaces for up to 100 cars.

Walking

Head southeast on St Stephen's Green/R138 toward Kildare St/R138 once you reach this continue to follow St Stephen's Green and onto Merrion Row/ R138. After approx 300m continue onto Baggot Street Lower/R816 and follow this until you reach Lansdowne Road and Aviva Stadium, main entrance will be on your right.

Rail from City Centre

Walk from St. Stephen’s Green to Pearse Street train station, this will take approx 18 minutes. At Pearse Street Station, get the DART towards Bray train station. After three stops, get off at Lansdowne Road train station and Aviva Stadium is one minute walk away.

Cycling from City Centre

From St Stephen's Green, head northeast on St Stephen's Green/R138 toward Hume Street. Turn right onto Merrion Row/R138 and continue to follow R138. Now turn left onto Merrion Street Upper and continue straight onto Merrion Square West. Once you’ve reached this point turn right onto Merrion Square N/R118 and continue to follow R118. Turn left onto Lansdowne Road and Aviva Stadium is on the left. There are bike racks located beside Aviva Stadium outside Elvery's/ Stadium Tour office and inside the car park under the Stadium Tour office also.

Driving from City Centre

Head northeast on St Stephen's Green/R138 toward Hume Street. Once you have reached this point, take a slight right onto Merrion Row/R138 and continue on straight onto Baggot Street Lower/R816 and straight onto Lansdowne Road. Head straight through the cross roads and over the Dart line, Aviva Stadium will be on your right hand side.

Driving from Airport

From R132, follow signage to the M1. Once on the M1, follow signage onto M50 southbound to East Wall Road/ R131. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto the Sean Moore Road/R131. Turn left onto Tritonville Road and turn right onto Newbridge Avenue. At the next roundabout, take the 3rd exit and continue onto Lansdowne Road. Aviva Stadium will be on your right hand side.