Webinar: Building a Low Carbon Economy

Webinar: Building a Low Carbon Economy

Building a Low Carbon Economy is a free online webinar hosted by the Energy, Environment and Climate Action division. Booking is essential for this event, please use the booking link provided.


The recently published Programme for Government sets out ambitious decarbonisation targets which will require radical changes to how we live our lives. As the impacts of COVID-19 pandemic continue to have enormous economic and social impacts, national and EU recovery plans are being developed to avoid the worst effects of this crisis. At this juncture, we are provided with an opportunity to choose “green” recovery and to build the low carbon economy for the future.

This online CPD event will provide members with the opportunity to understand what a low carbon economy looks like for Ireland alongside the types low carbon engineering projects being considered and how to foster community engagement to make sure they can be delivered.


6.00pm – 7.010pm    Building a Low Carbon Economy

  1. Building a Low Carbon Economy in Ireland – Conor Minogue, IBEC  – 15-20 mins
  2. Low Carbon Project Design:– Adam Faranden, Arup     – 15-20 mins
  3. The Dingle Project: Insights to inform the design of the electricity network to support a low carbon society – Fergal Egan, ESB Networks   – 15-20 mins
  4. Q&A 5 -10 mins


Start Date & Time:
18:00 Tuesday, 28 July 2020

End Date & Time:
19:00 Tuesday, 28 July 2020

Online Classroom, Dublin, Ireland

Contact Details

Sinead Quinn-Phillips

Phone No:



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