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Energy Transition Summit

Accelerating the transition to Ireland’s net-zero emissions future

26th September 2024, Croke Park

Super Early Bird unilt 18th July, 5pm

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About Energy Transition '24

The urgency to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels continues to escalate as governments and policymakers face increasing pressure to decarbonise their economies. Net zero by 2050 is achievable but will require a concerted effort to get there.

Across the globe, 2024 marks a critical election year, with the energy transition emerging as a key agenda item on the ballots. The European Parliament elections were set against a backdrop of increasing right-wing populism. These elections will be decisive in determining the EU's support for green industries and policies on corporate sustainability and highlight the growing importance of energy transition as a central theme in European politics.

The Business Post’s 2024 Energy Transition Summit will provide a forum for leaders in Ireland’s energy ecosystem to explore how we make our net-zero emissions future a reality.

Industry stakeholders, innovators, policy makers and investors will meet to advance the transition towards a renewable energy ecosystem focusing on moving from clean energy vision to clean energy action. Our event will feature presentations, case studies, panel discussions and deep dive break-out sessions on key topics led by industry experts and thought leaders.

Join us on Sept 26 in Croke Park for a stimulating day of discussion and debate on how we address the urgency of the energy transition.

Speakers

Speakers at our past energy events include:

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2022 Energy Summit Agenda

8:00am

 Registration, Networking & Exhibition Viewing

12:50pm

STREAM 1

SPOTLIGHT ON...

Exploring synergies between offshore wind, district heating and hydrogen centred in Poolbeg

Executive Manager – Research, Development and Innovation, Codema, Dublin’s Energy Agency
2:50pm

LOCKNOTE ADDRESS

How can we increase the pace of the energy transition?

Professor of Energy Engineering, University College Cork (UCC) & Director of SFI MaREI Centre

Energy Transition Summit news

How prioritizing power quality transforms greenfield projects

November 24, 2023

Summit FAQ

General Summit Questions

The summit takes place at Croke Park, Dublin. The closest accommodation is the Croke Park Hotel.

If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities, please reach out to [email protected].

We will be announcing speakers and our agenda soon. Stay tuned!
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Sponsors

Please contact [email protected] for any questions regarding your sponsorship.

Ticket Questions

As part of our terms and conditions, we unfortunately do not have offer refunds. We appreciate your understanding of this policy. Please do note that you can transfer your ticket to another person up to 30 days before Summit.

Yes, we offer 3 for 2, and 5 for 3 on the ticket prices.

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