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Final Consultation On Ireland's Renewable Electricity Support Scheme
The Irish Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment (DCCAE) has published what it describes as the "final" consultation on the design and development of a new RESS for Ireland
Ireland
26 Oct 2017
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Energy Update: REFIT In I-SEM – Department Issues Options Paper
The Irish Department for Communications, Climate Action and Environment ("DCCAE") has, on Tuesday 23 May 2017...
Ireland
31 May 2017
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Intermediaries In The I-SEM – Business As Usual?
The Irish energy regulators are currently engaged in the redesign of the all-island wholesale electricity market to meet the requirements of the European target model for electricity market integration.
Ireland
4 May 2017
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National Mitigation Plan Consultation – A Call To Action For The Renewable Energy Sector
The Irish Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment has launched a public consultation on the draft National Mitigation Plan.
Ireland
12 Apr 2017
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Energy Update: Review 2016
The Irish energy sector has made good progress to deliver the Government's target of 40% of electricity generated from renewable sources by 2020.
Ireland
6 Mar 2017
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Ireland's REFIT Scheme Extended
In a move that should improve Ireland's prospects of achieving its ambitious 2020 renewable electricity target, the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment has extended...
Ireland
5 Jan 2017
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Energy Update: Energy In The New Irish Programme For Government
We consider the extent to which energy-related goals feature in the policy programme that has been published by the new Irish government.
Ireland
21 Jun 2016
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Energy Law Update: Ireland's 2020 Energy Objectives: A Mid-Term Report Card
Thanks largely to European energy and environmental law, Ireland is currently labouring under a number of challenging targets in renewable energy production, energy conservation and greenhouse gas elimination.
Ireland
20 May 2016
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Energy Law Update: 2015 Review
2015 was another busy year for the Irish energy sector, as the industry works toward delivering the government's target of 40% of electricity generated from renewable sources by 2020.
Ireland
12 Feb 2016
10
MHC Times Issue 37 Autumn 2015
Welcome to the 37th issue of MHC Times. In this issue, we look at Ireland's relationship with Europe and what we have to offer as a country across various sectors.
Ireland
21 Dec 2015
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Energy Law Update: REFIT Revisions
Virtually all of Ireland's onshore wind farms are, between them, supported by the three REFIT feed-in tariff schemes established by the Irish government and administered by the Irish energy regulator.
Ireland
2 Dec 2015
12
Reading Between The Power-Lines – An Early Look At Ireland's Future Energy Policy
The publication of a White Paper, setting out the Irish government's latest vision for energy policy, is expected later this year.
Ireland
7 Sep 2015
13
Planning & Environmental Law: Challenging Wind Farms
Wind farm projects frequently face challenges and litigation from persons and groups seeking to stop projects entirely.
Ireland
21 Jan 2015
14
National Treasures - The Future For Irish State Assets?
One part of the Government’s recovery policy is the commercialisation of State assets. As required by the terms of its agreement with the European Central Bank, the European Commission and the International Monetary Fund (colloquially known as the "Troika"), the Irish Government has conducted a study designed to evaluate commercialisation opportunities in relation to State-owned assets and State-owned companies.
Ireland
18 Jan 2012
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Winds Of Change - The Next Stage For Ireland’s Wind Energy Industry
Ireland is required to source 16% of total energy consumption from renewable energy sources by 2020. In order to meet this overall target of 16% of all energy from renewable sources, the contribution of wind energy to electricity generation will be 33%.
Ireland
18 Jan 2012
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