Joseph Curtin, IIEA with Eamonn Confrey, Principal Officer, Dept of Communications, Climate Action & Environment and Dara Lynott, CEO, Electricity Association of Ireland
IIEA9th March 20181min

Policy brief launch 'Power Transfer 2030: The Pace, Democracy and Diversity of Power System Decarbonisation' the speakers led a discussion on the future of Ireland’s electricity sector.

Max Muenchmeyer7th March 20188min

Are large fines looming if Ireland does not achieve its binding European renewable energy targets? Interinstitutional trilogue negotiations on two key pieces of legislation, which commenced in Brussels in late February 2018, should be watched closely.

IIEA8th December 201710min

The IIEA and ESB hosted Take Charge – Together Towards a Low Carbon Future, a major international conference on a consumer-driven energy future, on 23 November 2017. Over 300 delegates attended and listened to the speakers’ insights on how consumers could be effectively encouraged and engaged in making the vision of a low carbon future a reality. Here are our 10 takeaways.

José Viegas
IIEA20th July 20172min

In his keynote address, Mr. Viegas discussed the main mobility-related problems affecting quality of urban life and proposed a new approach to address these challenges, taking advantage of the possibilities opened by digital connectivity. He showed how ride sharing can play a key role in addressing congestion, air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, parking, car use and car ownership. He focused in particular on lessons learned on the International Transport Forum simulations that have been run in Lisbon in which buses and cars were replaced by different types of shared vehicles. Finally, he discussed the potential application of ride sharing in Dublin.