At ESB Networks, we understand that an open and ongoing dialogue with our customers and stakeholders is essential. This is particularly important when the demands on the electricity system are changing. We know that delivering access to secure, affordable and sustainable energy for our customers is fundamental. But we also understand that only by listening and engaging with our customers and stakeholders, can we truly reflect their needs and preferences in how we develop the network and services that we deliver.
Through our continual stakeholder engagement we hope that it will help us to evolve and enhance our relationship with our many customers and stakeholders.
This document lists our stakeholder engagement activities including public consultations, publications and pathways to engagement (ESB Networks hosted stakeholder meetings and events) scheduled for 2021.
To view information on our planned stakeholder engagement activities please click on the option below.
ESB Networks Stakeholder Engagement Report 2020
This report is a review of ESB Networks’ stakeholder engagement activity
in 2020. We are publishing this document for consultation to allow all our
customers and stakeholders an opportunity to comment on our engagement
activities in 2020.
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ESB Networks Stakeholder Engagement Strategy & Plan 2021
This report outlines ESB Networks proposed key areas of stakeholder engagement activity for 2021.
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Powering the Change: Empowering Community-led Renewable Energy Projects
In this webinar session we focus on communities seeking to develop community-led renewable energy projects and connecting these to the electricity system. We hear from leading experts on how this sector is evolving as communities are empowered to develop and connect renewable energy projects to the electricity distribution network.
Powering the Change: Enabling Low Carbon Society through Electrification of Heat & Transport
In this webinar session we look at the level of ambition required to enable the electrification of heat and transport and the low carbon society.
Powering the Change: The distribution network – Investing in a low carbon future
In this webinar session we look at the distribution investment required at both European and Irish level to power the low carbon future, with insights from Eurelectric and EDSO’s ‘Distribution Grid Investment’ study and a further discussion on what this investment will mean for customers and citizens across Europe and Ireland.
Powering the Change: Collective Action for Climate Action
In this webinar session we look at how the system operators will work together with key stakeholders to address climate change - enabling the greater connection of renewable generation to the electricity network and the use of clean electricity to drive carbon out of heat, transport and the economy.
Powering the Change: Empowering the Active Energy Citizen and Energy Communities
In this webinar session we look at the actions and activities required to support and empower active energy citizenship and put this into context by exploring real-life examples of active energy communities in Ireland.