Ireland’s future system will be driven by the supply of renewables, a weather-based system based on solar, wind, storage and other technologies. The panel will discuss the amount of energy they can provide to the market and how 2022 is the year the industry really starts delivering.
What additional capacity in storage is needed to decrease the frequency and severity of supply shortages?
Is the Irish planning system ready to deliver 4,000 MW of onshore wind and 5,000 MW of offshore wind in less than ten years? Does it have the resources to do so?
What needs to change to ensure we can get the projects we need and the associated grid infrastructure, through the system in time to meet our targets?
What are the challenges in the development of renewable energy resources?