DSO Non GPA Process

Abstract:

Gate process (GPA) is most common way to connect renewable generators to the grid; applications are collected and processed in batches. Besides that, there is the sequential or non Gate approach  Connection offers are issued in sequential order according to the application deemed complete date of application, the Gate queue is thus skipped Non GPA process is subject to CER approval, certain types of generation are preapproved. DSO offer usually within 90 business days.

Publication Date: 2010

Organisation: ESB Networks

Author: ESB Networks

Our Ocean Wealth Enablers Task Force

Abstract:

This report of the Development Task Force, represents the culmination of a significant body of work carried out by the members of the task force over 2014-2015. This work was undertaken at an exciting time in the development of the Irish marine economy. The State has set itself ambitious targets in its integrated marine plan, Harnessing our Ocean Wealth. Government is attaching great importance to improving its regulatory processes so as to at once both protect our precious marine resource and yet realise its potential to contribute to Ireland’s economic recovery. Significant progress has been made in this regard. All the while, our capacity to understand and harness our ocean resource is growing through and emerging and energetic marine research community. 

Publication Date: 2015-07-10

Organisation: Marine Institute

Author: Marine Coordination Group

Non-technical barriers to wave energy in Europe

Abstract:

This document describes the non-technical barriers which the wave energy industry will encounter after the prototype research and development phase is complete.

Publication Date: 2009

Organisation: HMRC

Author: HMRC

Analysis of the Potential Economic Benefits of Developing Ocean Energy in Ireland

Abstract:

An analysis of the potential economic benefits of developing ocean energy in Ireland.


Publication Date: 2006

Organisation: Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland

Author: Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland

Accessible Wave Energy Resource Atlas Ireland 2005

Abstract:

Publication describes an initial comparison between several years of hourly wave forecasts (using WAM) on a grid of points located off the Irish coast with corresponding records from a number of buoys installed in recent years.

Publication Date: 2005

Organisation: Marine Institute

Author: ESB International

Research and Development and Ocean Energy

Abstract:

Ocean energy – wave and tidal generated electricity - is at the Research and Development, pre-commercial stage. Ireland has a significant effort underway in ocean energy R and D which represents a potential competitive advantage for the country particularly in light of other advantages such as the highly energy intensive wave resource, possible access to major markets through the Anglo Irish talks on electricity supply now underway and other factors.

This Paper records the views of the three key stakeholders in ocean energy R and D- Third Level institutions, Government Agencies and Industry. It sets out the boundaries to ocean energy at the present as discerned by these stakeholders and it identifies the five research priorities for the next few years: develop and grow the database; develop understanding of the economics of the industry; promote a series of projects to deal with practical engineering problems; continue to invest in infrastructure; and build the research effort into the environmental dimension to ocean energy. Overarching all of this is the need to provide funding for R and D in this (Government-determined) research priority area.

Publication Date: 2012

Organisation: MRIA

Author: MRIA

Analysis of Impacts and Benefits of All Island Grid

Abstract:

Analysis of Impacts and Benefits of All Island Grid

Publication Date: 2008

Organisation: Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources

Author: Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources

Offshore Renewable Energy Development Plan Natura Impact Statement

Abstract:

Offshore Renewable Energy Development Plan Natura Impact Statement.

Publication Date: 2011

Organisation: Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources

Author: AECOM

Optimal control of wave-energy point absorbers

Abstract:

Optimal control of wave-energy point absorbers: A novel control strategy based on Model Predictive Control.    

Publication Date: 2010

Organisation: HMRC

Author: HMRC

Offshore Renewable Energy Development Plan Strategic Environmental Assessment Statement

Abstract:

Offshore Renewable Energy Development Plan Strategic Environmental Assessment Statement.

Publication Date: 2014

Organisation: Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources

Author: AECOM

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