The Role of Microgeneration in Ireland's Energy Future


13th November 2009

DIT Kevin Street, Main Building, Room KE G-007, Ground Floor

This Public Event is being organised as part of the CRISTAL European Research Project. The CRISTAL Project (Control of Renewable Integrated Systems Targeting Advanced Landmarks CRISTAL) is a Coordination Action funded by the European Union under its 6th Research Framework Programme. The project aims to contribute to the integration and strengthening of European research on Renewable Energy Sources.

The Seminar is being organised by the Dublin Energy Lab (DEL) and the Faculty of Engineering in conjunction with the Strand III Research Project on Energy Policy in Domestic Buildings.


14.00—14.10 Welcome and Introduction - Michael Farrell, DIT

14.10—14.35 Energy Imperatives for Ireland to 2020 and Beyond - Michael Conlon, DIT

14.35—15.00 Survey of Microgeneration Technologies—Definitions and Potential - Keith Sunderland, DIT

15.00—15.25 Microgeneration and the Smart Grid - Malabika Basu, DIT

15.25—15.50 Coffee Break

15.50—16.15 Evaluation of the Significance of Microgeneration in an Irish Context - Dudley Stewart, MEGA

16.15—16.45 The Network Perspective on Microgeneration - TBA, ESB

16.45—17.30 Panel Discussion

17.30 Close


To register for the event please email Paul Hennelly at or call at 01-402 3723.

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