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The Biggest Solar Show In Ireland 27-28 November



I wanted to
make sure you are aware of Solar
Ireland 2018
, the Irish Solar Energy Association (ISEA) conference, taking
place on the 27th and 28th November, at Croke Park, Dublin, Ireland.

Solar Ireland 2018 (the official
ISEA conference) will play host to key stakeholders in the Irish and
international solar industry. This year marks a historical significance for
solar in Ireland as the government has announced its first ever support for the
industry in the form of a Renewable Electricity Support System (RESS). The
signal to market is strong, the future is bright and prosperous for those that
have invested time and energy in developing projects in recent years. The 2018
event will host an array of first class speakers with sessions including
RESS/policy, market, grid, finance and community. Also due to industry demand,
we have added 2 new sessions focusing on data centres and commercial rooftops.

In parallel to
the Solar Ireland Conference ISEA will also be hosting a one-day installer
event (27th November) at the same venue and cover topics such as market,
rooftop and storage, standards, training, manufacturing and installation. We
expect this event to provide an invaluable opportunity for installers to
understand the industry opportunity and what is needed to ensure solar success.
In addition, installers will have the opportunity to network with developers,
manufacturers, policy advisors and other major players during refreshment

Over 2 days
you will hear from industry experts from home and abroad, across the supply
chain, on how a successful solar industry in Ireland will be transformative in
job creation and investment. Solar Ireland will be a virtual roadmap to where
the opportunities and challenges are. Solar Ireland 18 will play host to the
who's who of the best and brightest minds on all matters solar. I urge you to
register your attendance and guarantee your place at this energetic and lively

With an
expected 300+ delegates, 50+ speakers, 9 panel sessions and 15 exhibitors,
Solar Ireland 2018 will be a masterclass in succeeding in solar.

limited time left to book your place and the limited delegate tickets
remaining, book today to secure your place at the "˜go-to' event for the solar
industry in Ireland.

your place here:

Listen to the
leading industry insiders, discussing all the hot topics, including:

  • Michael
    McCarthy, ISEA
  • Marie
    Donnelly, European Commission
  • Clare
    Duffy, ESB Networks
  • Brian
    O'Mahony, SEAI
  • Nick
    Holman, BNRG Renewables
  • Gary
    Connolly, Activ8 Solar Energies
  • Niall
    Cussen, Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government
  • Michael
    Moore, Elgin Energy
  • Robert
    Goss, Solar Electric

many more industry leaders "“
view the full agenda here -

Don't just
listen to them talk, but take the chance to interact with them in one of our
many unique networking events.

  • Registration
    and breakfast club "“ meet with your peers before the conference starts
    each day "“ Croke Park
  • 5
    + hours of networking during the breaks, lunch as well the networking
    drinks after day one of the conference.
  • ISEA
    Dinner "“ Taking place at Croke Park and open to ticket holders only

24 days left to book your place and limited delegate tickets remaining, book
today to secure your place at the "˜go-to' event for the solar industry in

your place here:

We also have
limited sponsorship and speaking opportunities remaining, so if interested
please get in touch with Event Director, Jackie Cannon:

Tel: +44 (0)1923 690 200

Email: [email protected]

Do not
hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

Solar Ireland

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