2030 Vision – The Future of Energy in Ireland

 

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Conference organised by Good Energies Alliance Ireland
19th September 2013, Bush Hotel, Carrick-on-Shannon

To all Public Representatives, Local Authorities, Environmental NGOs and Policy-Makers
As you know, energy is a very important topic for Ireland just now.  This conference offers a unique opportunity for you to consider the issues and discuss policy.
You will, we expect, find it most informative and valuable, full details below.

2030 Vision – Renewable Energy Sources vs Fossil Fuels?

This conference will examine some of the key issues around the choices Ireland has to make at this time.  
Key topics of discussion will include:
•         2030 – A different World, a different Vision
•         Sustainable Energies and Market Needs-Bridging the Gap
•         Wind Energy and Policy
•         The Economics of Unconventional Gas Development
Speakers include:

Deborah Rogers
Lecturer on shale gas economics throughout the U.S.  Member U.S. Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (USEITI), an advisory committee within the U.S. Department of Interior.  Founder of Energy Policy Forum, Fort Worth, Texas.

Eamon Ryan
Leader of Green Party, Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources 2007-2011
David Taylor
Chairman Energy Institute in Ireland, former Chief Executive of the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland.
Matt Kennedy
Low Carbon Technologies Manager, SEAI
Maurice McCarthy
CEO, Organic Power Ltd. Cork
Aedín McLoughlin
Director, Good Energies Alliance Ireland
For profiles of speakers [click here]
 2030 Vision Conference
is directed at Public Representatives, Local Authority Members and Officials, and Decision-makers nationally to provide an overview of the choices facing Ireland as we move into a future that is very different and with huge implications for sustainable development.
 Conference Programme [click here]

Registration information

Thursday 19th September 2013, Bush Hotel, Carrick-on-Shannon
This conference is open to Public Representatives, Local Authority Members and Officials, local and national decision-makers and representatives of organisations interested in our Energy future.
Conference Delegate Fee: €120
Early Bird Fee (Before 1st September): €100

Special NGO delegate fee: €60

Each participant will be provided with a pack containing all information and lunch and refreshments are included.
To reserve a place please fill in the Registration Form (link below) and email to goodenergiesalliance@gmail.com
(payment is via Paypal, EFT, cheque or invoice).
 Registration Form, Payment Methods and Pro-forma Invoice [click here]
The Conference is part-funded by Leitrim County Council* and Department of Environment and Local Government under the Local Agenda 21 programme.

*The Department of Local Government & the Environment and Leitrim County Council wish to clarify that whereas they have agreed to partially fund the event, such funding assistance does not indicate endorsement or otherwise of the topics covered in the Conference.

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