Renewable Energy Ireland is an open partnership of sustainable energy associations working collectively to support the energy transition in Ireland.
Our members are:
Demand Response Aggregators of Ireland
The DRAI is the representative body for Demand Side Management providers across the island of Ireland, who are working to develop flexible demand side technologies that support the integration of renewable generators in the electricity system.
Through the DRAI we offer a single voice on policy and regulatory matters of common interest and are focused on improving market conditions and reducing costs for all consumers.
Irish Bio Energy Association
IrBEA was founded in May 1999. Its role is to promote the bioenergy industry and to develop this important sector on the island of Ireland. The organisation is a self-governing association of voluntary members.
- Visit the Irish Bio Energy Association website
Irish District Energy Association
The IRDEA represents the district heating and cooling (DHC) sector. We support and promote the growth of the DHC industry, creating a new heating market for Ireland which offers greater opportunities to utilise indigenous low-carbon and renewable sources of heat.
- Visit the Irish District Energy Association website
Irish Wind Energy Association
The Irish Wind Energy Association (IWEA) is the representative body for the Irish wind industry, working to promote wind energy as an essential, economical and environmentally friendly part of the country’s low-carbon energy future.
- Visit the Irish Wind Energy Association website
Irish Wind Farmers Association
Irish Wind Farmers Association (IWFA) represents the smaller independent wind-farm developers, having emerged as a body to perform that role in 2012 from under the umbrella of Meitheal na Gaoithe Coop, founded in 2000
- Visit the Irish Wind Farmers Association website
Marine Renewables Industry Association
The MRIA represents companies and interests on the island of Ireland – Ireland and Northern Ireland – in the Marine Renewables Emerging Technologies’ (MRET) fields of wave, tidal, floating wind and ‘hybrid’ energy.
- Visit the Marine Renewables Industry Association website
The National Offshore Wind Energy Association of Ireland was established to promote the development of Ireland’s substantial offshore wind resource and to ensure that our island leads the way in building a sustainable, green economy.
- Visit the NOW Ireland website