The National Energy Summit 2022 takes place Thursday 26 April, at Croke Park, Dublin
The Summit will bring together industry experts and thought leaders from both the public and private sectors to find solutions to the issues facing us in securing our energy supply. It will examine the programme of work that is being delivered to secure the longer term enduring capacity that is needed to reach our 2030 targets and to meet the demands of our growing and decarbonising economy.
The Climate Action Plan 2021 commits Ireland to a legally binding target of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions no later than 2050, and a reduction of 51% by 2030. To contribute to the achievement of these targets, the Government has committed that up to 80% of electricity consumption will come from renewable sources by 2030. The targets are ambitious and the pressure is on to achieve them whilst at the same time ensuring continued security of electricity supply during the transition period.
Virtual Recruitment Ireland will be hosting a Manufacturing & Engineering Careers Fair in spring 2022. This will be a live, online, career fair on Thursday, 7th April 2022 from 10am to 4pm. The jobs fair will be focusing on the manufacturing sector. Interested in a new role? Learn about openings and chat directly with hiring managers and recruiters at this great, online, recruitment event.
The Manufacturing & Engineering Careers Fair will feature some of Ireland’s leading manufacturing employers and specialised engineering roles, as well as a full day of exciting talks and webinars to give you career advice and more information about roles available from the participating companies.