Accelerating the Electrification of Heat within Ireland’s Leading Industry Stakeholders

eHeat Ireland Annual Conference 2024 19th November - Croke Park, Dublin

Sponsored by:

eHeat Ireland 2023 Keynote Speakers

Eamon Ryan

Eamon Ryan

Environment, Climate & Communications
allanah

Alannah O’Neill

DePuy Synthes
Greg

Dr. Schumm

Piller Blowers & Compressors
ellen

Ellen Diskin

ESB Networks
Brian

Brian Ó Gallachóir

MaREI
Sergio Contreras 12-PR

Sergio Contreras

Boston Scientific
John H 22

John Hanley

FDT Engineers
tom

Tom Marren

Astatine Ltd
fergus

Fergus Sharkey

SEAI
Sten

Sten Snellman

Fresh Servant
James Browne

James Browne

Irish Distillers Limited
paul burke

Paul Burke

PM Group
marcell1

Marcell Zambo

Rondo Energy
tristan1

Tristan McCallum

IDA Ireland
Keith Whiriskey (2)

Keith Whiriskey

Enterprise Ireland

Supported by:

Irish Distillers-logo (1)

eHeat Ireland 2023 Annual Conference

On the 29th November, eHeat Ireland will hold their 2023 annual conference in Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin. This event will bring together industry experts, policy makers, professionals, and company owners to discuss the electrification of heat as an effective means of reducing carbon emissions. The greater electrification of heat is going to influence how Irish industry and business can move away from fossil fuels as electrification is a sustainable, efficient and economic means of generating heat for industry in Ireland.

It is further going to influence many areas of the energy industry, including greater utilisation of the electricity grid, providing flexible demand, and a reduction in fossil fuel imports. At the conference we will further look at:

  • The wide heat pump technologies available for industry in Ireland
  • Supports available to help make the move to electric heat
  • Case studies of heat pumps from a broad range of industries

The conference will explore topics such as;

  • The electrification of heat opportunity for industry, and the role it can play in supporting Ireland’s climate goals
  • Currently available heat pump technologies
  • Supports available to support electrification of heat
  • Electrification of heat case studies

Attendees:

  • Industrial organisations/companies decarbonise with Scope 1 GHG emissions reduction targets
  • Policy makers
  • Industry experts
  • Hear how large energy users are using heat pump technologies to reduce Scope 1 GHG emissions.
  • Get the latest insight on climate policy in Ireland and the potential for significant carbon reduction by Industrial heat users.
  • Listen to subject matter experts on the benefits of heat pump technologies.
  • Meet and discuss the latest news on decarbonising industrial heat with colleagues.

eHeat Ireland 2023 Tickets

Contact Us