We Need a Strong PEN for Ireland’s Transition to a Low Carbon Energy Future 2050

Dr. Piyush Verma who is a Senior Energy Market Analyst at IERC and also works as Global Future Energy Leader with the World Energy Council, London says: “Individuals and communities have the greatest ability to make the low carbon energy transition faster and smoother.” He mentions “in spite of several successful examples, the growth in terms of public engagement in Ireland has been slow as compared to some other European countries”. He is talking about a PEN (Public Engagement Network) concept to develop a strong collaboration between all the local stakeholders to achieve the Ireland’s low carbon energy transition goals in his recent article published at RTE Brainstorm.

Read the full article here:

https://www.rte.ie/eile/brainstorm/2018/0904/991485-how-to-put-citizens-at-the-heart-of-energy-policy-decisions/

 

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