One year on from the UK’s vote to leave the EU, FTI Consulting hosted a high-level panel discussion in Dublin on Thursday 22 June 2017 on the impact of Brexit on Ireland’s energy markets and security. The panel comprised
Colin Spain, who established and leads Gaelectric’s Energy Trading and Markets Services team and is responsible for the negotiation of commercial energy contracts and regulatory affairs;Timmy Dooley, TD, Fianna Fáil Vice President and Opposition Spokesperson on Communications, Environment and Natural Resources; Rodney Doyle, Executive Director of EirGrid and Market Operations & General Manager of SEMO, the Single Electricity Market Operator; Dr Pat McCloughan one of Ireland’s leading consultant economists, active in a wide variety of work for central government departments, local authorities, national agencies, educational institutions and private sector organisations and Joseph Curtin, Senior Research Fellow with responsibility for climate change policy at IIEA, and project leader of the Climate-Smart Agriculture project.
In this Snapshot we present the main discussion on this issue of high concern for Ireland and its northern neighbour.
Bronagh O’Hagan, Consultant, and George Candon, Senior Director, FTI Consulting Brussels, and Jim Devlin, Managing Director, FTI Consulting Dublin