The “All Island Civil Dialogue on Energy” conference will take place in King House today Monday February 6th.
Organised by the Brexit Division of the Department of Communications, Climate Changes and Environment, Minister Denis Naughten will open the conference at 11am.
Minister Naughten said “As the Minister for Energy, I have the honour of hosting an All-Island Brexit Civic Dialogue on Energy in King House, Boyle Co. Roscommon this Monday.”
“This is the latest in a series of Civic Dialogues being held by Government Departments following the All-Island Civic Dialogue held in the Royal Hospital Kilmainham in November.”
“The objective of the energy event in Boyle-Town is to identify the key implications of Brexit for the energy sector and to provide an opportunity for input into the Government’s preparations for the negotiation process.”
“After I open the dialogue, a presentation will be made providing an overview of the energy sector and the key priorities identified to date in relation to Brexit. The dialogue will continue with a number of breakout sessions discussing key themes. The first session will examine the topics of business, infrastructure and investment and the second session will include social and all-island/border issues. The dialogue will close with a final session where the results of the breakout sessions with be presented and discussed.”
The all invitation event will commence in King House at 11am and conclude at 3.30pm and will be attended by invited guests and representatives of the energy sector from all over Ireland.