Energy Ireland 2022
Ireland’s decade of delivery

29 and 30 June ∙ Croke Park, Dublin

Main sponsors



Energy Ireland 2022 recently took place on 29-30 June at Croke Park, Dublin. Over 250 delegates attended the two day event to hear 38 speakers, both visiting and local, from organisations including the Department for the Environment, Climate and Communications; the European Commission; SEAI; ESB; the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, SSE Renewables; CRU; Bord Gáis Energy, Gas Networks Ireland and Energy UK.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors, exhibitors, all speakers and delegates who joined us in Croke Park, and made the conference a huge success. We hope you enjoyed the event and found the discussion useful and informative. Follow us on Twitter @energyireland for all the latest information.

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Feedback from past #EnergyIreland delegates

Delighted to present this morning @energyireland. We had a great discussion on i) how we accelerate the additional technologies, ii) how much it will cost, iii) who pays, iv) how do we move the discussion beyond one of electrification and v) how do we get the necessary governance in place. Thanks to @energyireland audience!

— @BOGallachoir

Great to be part of today's @energyireland Annual Conference. We’re leading Ireland’s ambition to deliver 1GW of new #offshorewind by 2025 and 5GW by 2030, helping to create a cleaner and more resilient economy that will support new local jobs and drive our green recovery.

— @sserenewables

Enjoyed the @energyireland conference over the last 2 days in @CrokeParkEvents. Fantastic to meet with others who are passionate about the power of #renewableenergy #energyireland

— @Solar21_

Ready for day 2 of #EnergyIreland. Great conference so far!

— @Greenlink_IC

A near full house at @energyireland conference at Croke Park today; lots to discuss - is Ireland on the cusp of a major advance in clean energy development? @TLT_LLP #energyireland #CleanEnergy

— @EnviroLaw_NI