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Matheson sponsors the Energy Ireland conference for 13th consecutive year

AUTHOR(S): Garret Farrelly
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Energy and Natural Resources
DATE: 20.06.2016

Matheson was once again a key sponsor at the Energy Ireland conference which took place in Croke Park on 16 and 17 June. Energy Ireland, now in its 20th year, is Ireland’s largest energy forum, attended by key players in the Irish energy sector, as well as international delegates with an interest in the development of the energy sector in Ireland.

Energy and Natural Resources Associate, Elizabeth McCann, spoke at one of the conference plenary sessions. Her presentation focused on the Capacity Remuneration Mechanism, which is set to be introduced as part of the I-SEM, and the impact that it is likely to have on market participants.

Other speakers debating developments in the Irish energy sector included local industry leaders, policy-makers and regulators as well as international speakers who look at major energy issues in the wider European and global context.

Matheson is recognised as a market-leading advisor with energy and natural resources lawyers who are recognised as leaders in their field and who act for domestic and international clients on all aspects of energy law, including renewable energy, energy-related mergers and acquisitions, energy regulation, development and / or project finance of energy projects, electricity and gas networks, mining, and oil and gas exploration.

Matheson Energy and Natural Resources Associate, Elizabeth McCann.

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