Financing Ireland’s Net Zero Ambition
This event was originally scheduled for 23 May but will now take place on 13 June.
Ireland has set ambitious goals in its Climate Action plan to achieve a 51% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and a path to net zero by no later than 2050. As part of this plan there are sectorial targets in place for Electricity, Buildings, Transport, Industry and Agriculture. At this session we will explore the role private finance and project finance in particular will play in achieving these targets as well as the role of government and regulatory bodies in facilitating our transition to net zero.
- Moderator: Aisling Donnelly, PwC Ireland
- Karen Doyle, Gas Networks Ireland
- Charles Johnson-Ferguson, PwC UK
- Cathal Masterson, TII
- Gemma McRann, Macquarie
- Vincent Harrison, Dublin Airport
- The role of hydrogen and its bankability
- Innovative funding models for public transport
- EV charging and concession models
- The role of biogas
Registration & networking: 5pm
Discussion begins: 5.30pm
Event close: 8pm
Format: In-person briefing; 1 presentation, 1 panel discussion followed by a networking reception.
Address: PwC Offices, PwC, One Spencer Dock, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1