The Irish Solar Energy Association (ISEA) was founded in May 2013. ISEA is committed to bringing attention to the value of solar energy’s contribution to Ireland’s economic and environmental future.
ISEA will contribute to the development of viable renewable energy policies that support solar in Ireland including lobbying activities, conferences, and other forums that bring key stakeholders together to shape policy.
Solar is a rapidly developing technology that has minimal impact on the environment with maximum benefits. Solar is forecast to become the most economically viable renewable energy source globally in the coming years.
ISEA recognises the potential for solar in Ireland, and will work tirelessly with our members to promote solar not only as a means for meeting Ireland’s renewable energy and electricity targets, but as a long-term sustainable and clean option with numerous benefits for Ireland economically, socially and environmentally.
Irish Solar Energy Association (ISEA) annual conference will take place on 28th April 2020 in Croke Park, Dublin. This year marks a historical significance for solar in Ireland as Government continue to discuss its first ever support for the industry in the form of a Renewable Electricity Support System (RESS). The signal to market is strong in 2020, the future is bright and prosperous for those that have invested time and energy in developing projects in recent years.
During this unique conference 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 2020 will be host to the who’s who of the best and brightest minds on all matters solar.