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27 - 28 November, Croke Park, Dublin

The Irish Solar Energy Association Annual Conference

This is the ‘go-to’ event for the solar industry in Ireland

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ISEA Dinner

Join speakers, sponsors, delegates and ISEA members for a sumptuous meal in a beautiful surrounding.

Spend time networking with the leaders and drivers of the solar industry in Ireland.

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David
Maguire
Michael
McCarthy
Marie
Donnelly
Timmy
Dooley
Eamon
Ryan
TD
Seán
Kelly
Joseph
Curtin
Patrick
McClughan
Jim
Gannon
Jane
Swarbreck
Nick
Holman
Paul
O'Donnell

SPEAKERS INCLUDE

Irish Solar Energy Association
Irish Solar Energy Association
European Commission
Fianna Fáil
Green Party

European Parliament
IIEA
EirGrid
SEAI
Bloomberg New Energy Finance

BNRG Renewables Ltd
Greencoat Capital

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Mark
Varian
Austin
Coughlan
Clare
Duffy

Bruce
Douglas
Donal
Smith
Paul
Travers
Paul
Kenny

Gerhard
Heyl
Peter
Kavanagh
Anthony
Doherty
Garry
Connolly
Vanessa
Miler-Fels

SPEAKERS INCLUDE

Eversheds Sutherland
Ireland Strategic Investment Fund
ESB Networks
SolarPower Europe
Galetech Energy Services (GES)

AIB
Tipperary Energy Agency.
PV Green Energy Savings Ltd
Highfield Solar
NTR

Host In Ireland
Microsoft

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Rory
Mullan
Howard
Johns
Robert
Goss
Gary
Connolly

Pat
Smith
Hugh
Mullany

SPEAKERS INCLUDE

MullanGrid Consulting
ENcome Energy Performance
Solar Electric
Activ8 Solar Energies
MREF

Mullany Engineering Consultancy

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Sponsorship Opportunities

Increased brand awareness

Maintain and grow customer relationships

Gain visibility and recognition as a market leader

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Shaping a Strong

Solar Industry

in Ireland

Irish Solar Energy Association

Connecting the Solar industry in Ireland

Solar Ireland 2018 Conference

Welcome back to 'Solar Ireland 18'- the official Irish Solar Energy Association (ISEA) annual conference. This year marks a historical significance for solar in Ireland as Government announced its first ever support for the industry in the form of a Renewable Electricity Support System (RESS). The signal to market is strong, the future is bright and prosperous for those that have invested time and energy in developing projects in recent years.

The 2017 conference proved to be a highlight in the solar calendar for networking and education. The 2018 event will be even bigger and host an array of first class speakers with sessions including RESS/policy, market, grid, finance, community. In addition, due to industry demand, we have added 2 new sessions around data centres and commercial rooftops.

July also saw an announcement of a new micro generation scheme to support domestic customers who install solar PV panels on their homes to be administered by SEAI. This pilot scheme will support the installation of solar PV panels for the generation and self-consumption of renewable electricity. The systems will be grant aided and there will be additional grants available to those who install battery storage to capture the electricity they generate for use later. To support this initiative, ISEA are excited to announce a one-day installer event (27th November) which will run in parallel to the main event and cover topics such as market, rooftop and storage, standards, training, manufacturing and installation. We expect this event to provide an invaluable opportunity for installers to understand the industry opportunity and what is needed to ensure solar success. In addition, installers will have the opportunity to network with developers, manufacturers, policy advisors and other major players during refreshment breaks.

Over 2 days you will hear from industry experts from home and abroad, across the supply chain, on how a successful solar industry in Ireland will be transformative in job creation and investment. Solar Ireland will be a virtual roadmap to where the opportunities and challenges are. Solar Ireland 18 will be host to the who’s who of the best and brightest minds on all matters solar. I urge you to register your attendance and guarantee your place at this energetic and lively debate.

KEY INDUSTRY THEMES

The presentations will be grouped into key themes which collectively will provide complete coverage of the solar industry in Ireland.

Conference starts in:





Sponsors Include


Partners



Speakers Include

Paul Travers
Gary Connolly
Nick Holman
Jane Swarbreck
Howard Johns
Clare Duffy
Patrick McClughan
Marie Donnelly
Seán Kelly
Mark Varian
Timmy Dooley
Donal Smith
Eamon Ryan TD
Paul O'Donnell
Peter Kavanagh
Garry Connolly
Joseph Curtin
Austin Coughlan
Michael McCarthy
Pat Smith
Vanessa Miler-Fels
Rory Mullan
Hugh Mullany
Anthony Doherty
 Gerhard Heyl
Jim Gannon
Robert Goss
Bruce Douglas
Paul Kenny

Book your place today
The must attend conference for all professionals involved within the Irish solar industry.