Category Archives: Energy

Leading change today for energy tomorrow

The EU-SysFlex project, led by EirGrid Group, has received funding to conduct research that will facilitate the large-scale integration of renewable energy and support EU plans for a greener Europe. Robin McCormick,...

Transitioning to a low carbon energy system

Kim McClenaghan, Director PwC, looks at the role the Irish energy system could play in the transition to a low carbon economy. Ireland is committed to meeting ambitious targets for reducing greenhouse...

DCENR sets out strategy

The publication of the energy white paper this autumn will be the most significant policy milestone in the sector since 2007. In advance of that, the new statement of strategy for the...

Integrated and efficient electricity

Barriers at Europe’s borders need to fall if customers are to benefit from a single electricity market. Eurelectric Secretary General Hans ten Berge talks to Peter Cheney about how reform can be...

A comprehensive consultancy

Dalkia’s full integration with Veolia will bring an innovative approach to energy, water and resource management for Irish clients. Dalkia International, which has been operating in Ireland since 2002 as a leader...

Bringing the wind with us

National Economic and Social Council policy analyst Jeanne Moore explains how genuine consultation with communities can help Ireland’s energy sector to maximise its potential. Ireland faces the extraordinary challenge of transforming its...

An energy crossroads

Michael McKernan sums up the main points of the energy green paper, which lays the foundations for a new strategic policy for the sector. The public consultation has now closed on the...

The way ahead for Irish energy­­

As one of the leading energy providers in Ireland, Bord Gáis Energy is committed to delivering sustainable energy solutions and has been working towards the reduction of energy consumption, more efficient production...