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Programme Released: Take Charge-Together Towards a Low Carbon Future

03 Nov 2017

 

ESB and the Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA) are delighted to announce the release of the programme for a major international energy conference, entitled Take Charge – Together Towards a Low Carbon Future.

 

Thursday, 23 November 2017

The Round Room Adjacent to the Mansion House

Dawson Street, Dublin 2

www.takecharge2017.com

 

This important event will bring together policymakers, innovators, thought leaders and industry experts from the US, UK, Ireland and Europe. This important event will explore all aspects of the rapid speed of innovation in smart energy technologies, which increasingly puts the consumer at the centre of energy sector decarbonisation.

The programme can be accessed here.

This is a must-attend event for energy providers, policy analysts, consultants, public sector employees, investors and anyone who wants to be prepared for the opportunities and challenges of Ireland’s energy future.

 

Secure your place at: www.takecharge2017.com


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