Welcome to IrBEA
Join IrBEA now and network with other businesses in the sector, attend events and keep informed through our weekly e-bulletins, e-newsletters and social media alerts. We update members on developments in the Irish bioenergy sector, including government consultations, business opportunities and lobbying strategies. IrBEA website includes a members area with an expanding array of material ranging from published IrBEA reports, consultation documents, In-house projects, EU projects, Conference presentations (including live recordings) and lots more. Register HERE
The keynote address from Leo Varadkar, An Tánaiste and Minister for the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment at the IrBEA’s 21st National Bioenergy Conference in the Kilkenny Convention Centre in the Lyrath Estate Hotel.
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We are delighted to be members of IrBEA and the WFQA network. We have found the recent webinars to be very informative and it is of great benefit to have access to and the insight of such a wealth of information and knowledge for the betterment of the members and the sector as a whole.
McCauley Wood Fuels are delighted to be members of the IrBEA organisation for more than 10-years. We see being part of IrBEA as an integral part of operating in the bioenergy industry in Ireland.
One of the many benefits, is the excellent position in which to network with the wider bioenergy industry. This contributes greatly to knowledge transfer between businesses operating in comparable situations and facing similar practical, technical and commercial challenges.
The ability to share knowledge and learn, fosters best practice and is leading to the longevity and success of the bioenergy industry. A key example is the IrBEA led WFQA scheme, where certified suppliers conform to sustainability objectives, operational procedures, quality standardisation and correct labelling for the biomass end user.
We look forward to ongoing engagement with IrBEA and further developing the bioenergy industry in Ireland.