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Strategies to reduce your Organisation’s Carbon Footprint
The Irish Government published the - Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendment) Bill 2021. It announced an annual reduction of 7% in greenhouse gas, to support Ireland’s transition to Net Zero and achieve a climate neutral economy by no later than 2050.

We can expect carbon taxes to grow, increasing the cost of energy, which will compel businesses to address a reduction in their emissions, either direct or through acquired goods & services.

The required reduction in emissions will result in the further electrification of our energy systems. Wind energy with hydro and solar making up a small percentage are available to us.

All of Ireland’s renewable energy sources are therefore weather based. This results in a mismatch between times of generation and consumption leading to curtailed (i.e. wasted) electricity and interspersed with times of shortage. Energy storage costs per MWh remain stubbornly high. As renewable penetration rates increase periods of excess and of shortage will increase in both severity and frequency.

Our June 2021 webinar will explore what product and services opportunities members have in the upcoming changes.

A panel of experts, chaired by Dr Shirley Gallagher, will discuss, share alternatives and help you understand the strategies available to reduce your organisation’s carbon footprint,
reducing operating costs in the process.

Host for this business webinar will be Sean Sheehan, CEIA Chairman

Jun 15, 2021 09:00 AM in Dublin

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