Waves flagged: Ireland urged to follow Nordic energy lead

The first Nordic seminar on the green transition and sustainable energy will be hosted this Wednesday in the Mansion House in Dublin

28th November, 2017
Waves flagged: Ireland urged to follow Nordic energy lead
Christopher Ridgewell of A-W Energy

Ireland can reap energy rewards from following the lead of Nordic countries and incorporating more wave energy into the grid, a conference in Dublin will be told next week.

The first Nordic seminar on the green transition and sustainable energy will be hosted this Wednesday in the Mansion House in Dublin, and will seek to shine a light on the key characteristics of Nordic paths to sustainable energy for practitioners and policy makers in Ireland.

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