The solar industry in Ireland recently welcomed the introduction of a grant scheme for rooftop solar PV by the Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment (DCCAE).
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) will be managing the scheme. The expectation now is that the industry will expand, and competition will increase as the scheme will encourage uptake and increase public understanding of solar energy.
To enable and support the solar rooftop market, ISEA are holding a one day installer workshop. This event will run in parallel but separate to the annual ISEA conference and has been created especially for installers.
The event will cover key topics which will include: Market, Rooftop & Storage, Standards & Training, Manufacturers & Installation.
This unique event will take place in Croke Park from 11 am to 6 pm on November 27th. A valuable networking opportunity awaits attendees with companies that manufacture modules, components, batteries and storage.
Join ISEA at this event to find out what the future holds for rooftop solar PV in Ireland and what it can achieve for your company.
Solar Ireland 2018 Conference,
Croke Park Stadium,
Jones’ Road, Drumcondra,
Dublin 3, Ireland
27th November 2018
Register now to confirm your seat.
Rooftop & Storage
Standards & Training
Manufacture & Installation
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