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News & Reports

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ISEA submission to CRU

ISEA welcome the opportunity to provide our views on the Enduring Connection Policy ECP-1.

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Planning Considerations for the Development of Ground Mounted Solar

This document provides planning considerations for the development of utility scale, ground mounted solar.

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Electricity Connection Policy
Stage 1 (ECP-1)

The CRU have published a proposed decision on the Enduring Connection Policy – Stage 1.

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National Planning Framework: Ireland 2040 - Our Plan

A draft of Ireland 2040 – Our Plan is now available to view online.

Meeting of the Joint Committee on Communications,
Climate Action and Environment

View/download this webcast on the Oireachtas website.

Tuesday 16 January 2018, Webcast Recording. CR2, LH 2000 5.00 p.m.

(i) Scrutiny of EU Legislative Proposals:COM(2017)698 (research programme for European Atomic Energy Community)
COM(2017)769 (investment in energy infrastructure)
(ii) Meeting Ireland’s targets under the 2020 Climate & Energy Package

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David Maguire, Chairman, ISEA

The annual ISEA conference

Michael McCarthy, CEO, ISEA

Post-conference address from Michael McCarthy, CEO, ISEA

A very special word of thanks to those of you who attended our annual conference, Solar Ireland 17. It was an extraordinarily successful event and provided a high-level platform for the best and brightest minds to interact, network and engage in all matters Solar. The welcome address from An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and keynote address by Minister Michael Darcy set a gold standard for the subsequent 2-day discussion ably complemented by the experiences of former Energy and Environment Ministers Alex White and Alan Kelly. The impressive panellists delivered cutting edge contributions that reflected experience and ambition for the Solar industry in Ireland. The quality of presentations and enthusiastic participation from delegates has sent a very clear signal to policy makers and markets that Solar in Ireland will be successful. The success of conference augurs well for ISEA in 2018 and renews confidence in our sector at a critical juncture given the imminence of RESS and its expected onward journey to DG competition early in the new year and provides a basis on which to increase membership to further strengthen our resolve to advance our objective to establish a strong native and viable Solar industry in Ireland. I look forward to an exciting and challenging year ahead and in the meantime let me take this opportunity to wish you and yours a happy Christmas and a bright & prosperous new year.

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