Shaping up to be a great night – don’t miss it! We hope IRBEA members and colleagues who have supported IrBEA over the years will be at this event. This will be a special occasion where guests will meet the IrBEA committee, current and past presidents and all the people keeping the Association moving over […]
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An all-day conference on Ireland’s transport energy mix, the Climate Action Plan and bioenergy. Ethanol Europe are teaming up with the IrBEA to host an exciting day of discussion about climate action, transport and bioenergy: Latest UN science report SR15 says bioenergy is as important as electromobility if 1.5% warming limit to be achieved Ireland’s […]
Bioenergy Future Ireland 2020 will attract senior-level executives & decision-makers from the Irish Bioenergy community to create an environment in which to network, do business and access knowledge on the latest developments, trends, strategies and policies relating to energy consumption in Ireland. IrBEA intends to lead the way on best practices for applications to the […]
Are you interested in developing a small scale biogas plant on your working farm? The Irish Bioenergy Association in conjunction with Teagasc are holding a series of workshops to explore how biogas (anaerobic digestion) can be used to recycle farm wastes and by-products into useful energy and fertiliser. This is an European Innovation Partnership (EIP) […]
Press Release: Immediate Release Biogas Can Addresses Ireland’s Declared Climate Emergency with Government Policy and Action Now The Irish Bioenergy Association (IrBEA) and Cré – Composting and Anaerobic Digestion Association of Ireland recently launch their joint policy document calling for a biogas support scheme titled “Mobilising an Irish Biogas Industry with Policy and Action”. This […]
Renewable Energy Regions Strong partnerships to connect urban demand & rural supply NWE is one of the EU’s highest energy consuming regions. The share of renewable energy in the region’s production and consumption mix is low and there is a strong dependence on non-renewable energy sources. RegEnergy aims to break up existing structures for increasing […]
The Irish Bioenergy Association (IrBEA) welcomes the publication last week of the Climate Action Plan. IrBEA articulates that the renewable energy targets set out in the plan in terms of heat and biomethane will only be realised if backed with significant financial supports. Speaking on Friday at a technical workshop on the Support Scheme for […]
Des O’Toole IrBEA President presented at the Society of Irish Foresters Conference in Meath. He talked at length on the positive impact of timber in construction & the bioeconomy. Des is pictured here with all the contributors from the day.