Flattening fossil fuel demand for a greener future
The first National Energy Summit was a robust affair with lively debate, strong findings and a real appetite and desire to collaborate for a better future
If there was one thing that summed up the first ever National Energy Summit, staged at Croke Park on Tuesday, April 26, it was active engagement.
Not only were speakers working together and critiquing issues when they arose, but throughout the day, it was clear that when speakers talked about collaboration and moving in the same direction, they practiced what they preached.
“The more I look at this, the more I think there is great ...