Conference & Exhibition | 19 October 2023 | 09:00 - 18:00 |  ICC, Belfast | #RNISmartEnergy

Smart Energy Conference 2023: Powering the Revolution

You’re invited to Northern Ireland's premier renewable energy event!

The Smart Energy Conference 2023 will take place on Thursday 19 October at Belfast's ICC, featuring a vibrant mix of thought-provoking keynote addresses, engaging panel discussions, and networking opportunities with industry leaders.

What to expect at Smart Energy 2023
  • Keynote addresses from leading experts in the renewable energy industry.
  • Panel discussions on the most pressing issues facing the sector.
  • Networking opportunities with industry leaders, policymakers, and investors.
  • An exhibition space showcasing the latest renewable energy technologies and services.
This year’s theme: Powering the Revolution

This year's theme is "Powering the Revolution," as we look at how Northern Ireland's renewable electricity industry will lead the way towards achieving net zero.

Smart Energy will tackle the most pressing issues facing the renewable energy sector, including the Climate and Biodiversity crises, building the offshore wind industry, and meeting the 80% by 2030 target.

Are you interested in the future of energy in Northern Ireland?

The Smart Energy 2023 is the event for you! Whether you're a business leader, policy maker, academic, student, or simply passionate about renewable energy, you won't want to miss this opportunity to learn, network, and be inspired.

Don't miss out on the chance to be a part of the smart energy revolution!

Register for Smart Energy 2023 today!

Speakers for Smart Energy: Powering the Revolution

We have already begun to invite industry experts to speak at the Smart Energy Conference. Confirmed speakers include:

  • Naomi Long MLA, Alliance Party.
  • Will Apps, Head of Marine Development, The Crown Estate.
  • Tracey Teague, Deputy Secretary, Environment, Marine & Fisheries, DAERA.
  • Niamh Kenny, Project Director, North Channel Wind and Chair of RenewableNI’s Offshore Wind group.
  • Rachel Sankannawar, Head of Green Economy Development, Invest NI.
  • Éabhín Byrne, Senior Analyst (specialising in biodiversity), Wind Energy Ireland.
  • Steven Agnew, Director of RenewableNI.