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Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum policy conference: Next steps for renewable energy – regulation, funding and innovation

Tuesday 12th January
Online
£190 +VAT

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BITC: Webinar: Net Zero Carbon: Understanding Climate–Related Risks and Opportunities

Wednesday 20th January
Online
Included in BITC membership

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Smarter Power Grid Digital Conference

Friday 22nd January
Online
From £200 +VAT

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ORNI Webinar: Access Legislation in Northern Ireland

Wednesday 27th January
Online
Free

Covid–19 – Learning from Belfast – A citywide response

Wednesday 27th January
Online
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The National Climate Change Conference 2021

Wednesday 27th January
TBC, Central London
See website for details

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BTO: NI Wetland Bird Survey Training (Online)

Saturday 30th January
Online
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Alleyways Assembly

Saturday 30th January
Online
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Northern Ireland Energy Forum 2019

Tuesday 8 October 2019

La Mon, Belfast

The Northern Ireland Energy Forum, now in its 17th year, has firmly established itself as the only major annual conference for Northern Ireland’s energy sector – it is a not to be missed event for anyone with an eye on the local energy industry. The 2019 Forum will once again bring together all the key players, both from within Northern Ireland and further afield, to focus on the most important aspects of energy policy and latest developments from across the sector. It provides a unique opportunity for all those operating within the sector to come together for networking and discussion.

Delivering a low carbon future…

2019 is a seminal moment in the transition of the global energy sector to a low carbon future. Climate change has taken on a renewed urgency in the public consciousness, with the decarbonisation of energy accelerating in the coming years. Emerging technologies also have the potential to significantly disrupt the sector. The next phase of development of renewable energy must also be considered, as well as how the intermittent nature can be facilitated by more flexible energy markets. There has never been a more critical time for the key players in the Northern Ireland energy sector. As well as the wider energy world, closer to home Brexit is still looming large – and with no devolved government, what is next for local energy policy? The Department for the Economy has recently published a report on a long term vision for energy covering electricity, heat and transport: Envisioning the Future, Considering Energy in Northern Ireland to 2050. Now is the time to consider all the key issues that are vital to shape energy policy both now and in the future.

Read more via the Northern Ireland Energy Forum website…

 

Cost   More Details See website for details
Time   More Details 8:45am – 4:45pm
Contact   More Details
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