Energy Blog

IIEA7th 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.

IIEA23rd November 20161min

Five months after the UK’s EU referendum, the terms of the UK’s departure remain uncertain, and British Prime Minister Theresa May’s ambiguous assertions that “Brexit means Brexit” provide little guidance on what the UK’s referendum will mean for energy policy and markets in Ireland and the future of the Energy Union.