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New Minister And New Start For Solar In Ireland

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Minister for Communications, Climate Action & the Environment, Richard Bruton TD, to address ISEA Conference “Solar Ireland 18”

The new Minister for Communications, Climate Action & the Environment Richard Bruton TD will address key stakeholders at the Irish Solar Energy Association (ISEA) annual conference “Solar Ireland 18” in Croke Park on Tuesday 27th November at 3:30pm.

The 2-day conference which begins on Tuesday the 27th November, brings together the best and brightest Solar minds nationally and internationally. There will be 50 panellists and speakers, who will focus on key topics covering the Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS), Policy, Community, Data Centres, Rooftop Solar and Grid amongst others.

ISEA CEO Michael McCarthy said “We are honoured to have Minister Richard Bruton TD attending our conference to address our delegates. The announcement of the Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) and the domestic rooftop pilot scheme by SEAI are exciting policy moves for Solar in Ireland. I am looking forward to the Minsters attendance as he will deliver his first address to a renewable energy conference since his appointment as Minister”.


http://www.solarireland2018.com/agenda

For more information contact Michael McCarthy CEO ISEA 087 6481004


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