If we miss our renewable energy targets
Irish Wind Energy Association talks about what it will mean if we miss our renewable energy targets. CEO of the Irish Wind Energy Association (IWEA) Kenneth Matthews talks about what it will mean if we miss our renewable energy targets and how data centres could help us meet them. One to watch.
Irish Wind Energy Association
The Irish Wind Energy Association (IWEA) is committed to the promotion and education of wind energy issues and plays a leading role in the areas of conference organisation, lobbying and policy development on the island of Ireland. IWEA is committed to promoting the use of wind energy in Ireland and beyond as an economically viable and environmentally sound alternative to thermal or nuclear generation.
Wind has been the world’s fastest growing renewable energy source for the last seven years, and this trend is expected to continue with falling costs of wind energy and the urgent international need to tackle CO2emissions to prevent climate change.
Wind power in Ireland
Our primary purpose is to promote the use of wind power in Ireland. We act as a central point for information for our membership as well as a lobbying group to promote wind energy to government. We research and find solutions to current issues and generally act as the forum for the Irish wind industry.
Contact us on +353 051 364 054 for more information or email us directly below.