Get ready for Europe`s next solar growth market – join Smart Solar Ireland Conference
Ireland is highly dependent on imported fossil fuels. As 2020 approaches, the pressure is on the Irish Government to ensure the country meets its renewable energy targets of 16 percent of all energy generated from renewable sources.
Celtic appetite for solar
The island Ireland represents the next great opportunity for the Solar industry. This country has an appetite for renewable energy as they are emerging from one of the islands most austere periods post the Celtic tiger. Government are offering incentives aiming to achieve 40% of electricity consumption and 16% of final energy consumption from renewables by 2020. A recent report from KPMG has claimed the Irish solar market could hit around 4GW by 2030 at a cost of around €670 million from government subsidy.
More than 20 high level speakers
Smart Solar Ireland Conference hold 5th April in Cork provides great opportunities to start and expand your solar business in the region. Topics are policy, planning, regulation, finance, technology developments, O&M and storage. More than 20 high-level experts from across the supply chain in Ireland and UK are speaking. Among them are Cormac Gilligan, Senior PV Analyst at IHS, Barrie Davis, UK Country Manager of Jinko Solar, Anthony Doherty, Group Corporate Finance Director at NTR and David Maguire, Director of BNRG Renewables.
The second Smart Solar Ireland Conference 2017 will be held 21th June in Belfast. (HCN)
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