Solar UK and Ireland

Smart Solar Ireland

21 June, Hilton Belfast, N. Ireland

Solar UK and Ireland
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Topic: Operating a secure, sustainable electricity system
Robin McCormick, Director, Operations, Planning & Innovation and General Manager

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Topic: Large scale solar in Ireland, opportunities + challenges
David Maguire, Director

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Topic: The role of the Utility Regulator in relation to renewables
Tanya Hedley, Compliance and Network Operations Director

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Topic: Facilitating renewables energy connection to the distribution network
Roger Henderson, Network Connections Director

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Topic: Exporting innovation: Ireland in the global solar supply chain
Brian Denvir, Clean Energy Specialist

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Topic: Building your trust in solar
Barrie Davies, UK Country Manager

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Topic: Long term outlook for solar (PV) in Ireland
Susanne von Aichberger, Senior Analyst

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Topic: Routes to Market for Storage Projects
Chris Pritchett, Partner

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Topic: Legal update: Issues arising from solar energy projects
Andrew Ryan, Partner

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Topic: Environmental considerations for planning and developing solar farms
Paul Neary, Director

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Topic: What investors will look for to invest in ground mounted solar PV projects
Anthony Doherty, Group Corporate Finance Director

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Topic: Financial support avenues for solar energy businesses
Anne Toner, Projects Director

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Topic: Trading the electricity generated from the storage
Mike Jackson, Owner and Managing Director

Topic: The challenges for solar into residential properties at scale
Robert Clements, Sustainable Development Manager

Topic: Solar electricity for business – how to reduce opex quickly
Zosia Riesner, Head of PPA

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Topic: The benchmark for the future of battery storage
Pol Spronck, International Sales Manager

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Welcome to Smart Solar Ireland

As 2020 approaches, the pressure is on the Irish Government to ensure the country meets its renewable energy targets. Opportunity awaits the solar supply chain, as the Irish market moves to a transformative solar revolution.

What of Northern Ireland, how does it move forward post subsidy, does further solar success lie with the PPAs? The North of Ireland, in the absence of ROCs now needs new opportunities. How can Northern Ireland benefit as solar is rolled out in ROI?

Get ready: Join us in Belfast on June 21 to discuss support mechanism policy, planning, legal issues, investment opportunities, trading electricity, distribution, finance, grid, storage and exporting innovation across Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Hear from 18 + speakers from across the supply chain and understand the opportunity for your company.

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Government, policy makers; analysts/ legal/ financial advisers; planning consultants/ environmental advisors; EPCs; installers; utilities; inverter/storage companies; module suppliers, R&D, local councils, construction firms

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Expert speakers

Registration is open for the Solar Ireland one day conference to be held in Belfast. This is a conference of substance with first class networking opportunities.

Each booking includes lunch and refreshments. Places are limited.

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Contact Us

If you would like to be involved as a delegate, speaker or sponsor contact:

Jackie Cannon 00 44 1923 690 205 jackie.cannon@angelbc.com

Shehzad Munshi 00 44 1923 690 215 shehzad.munshi@angelbc.com


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