International recognition for Ireland’s work on renewables
by David Masters
April 4, 2008
A group of scientists and businessmen from Ireland have received international recognition for their flagship work investigating renewable energy.
Leslie Bryans, Mark O’Malley, and Paul Smith have been praised by the American Utility Wind Integration Group for their report, the ‘All-Island Grid Study for Renewables Integration’.
The report outlines how Ireland can make its energy generation more sustainable through the grid integration of renewable energy.
The AUWIG will officially recognise the report at a ceremony this month. Meanwhile, the authors of the report have been praised for their “impressive input and leadership.”
Eamon Ryan, Ireland’s energy minister, said: “I am pleased to see that the study is now gaining international recognition and that team members are now recipients of a major US achievement award for their outstanding work in delivering the All-Island Grid Study.
“This shows the progress that we are making in turning Ireland into one of the leading countries in the world in developing our renewable energy resources.
“I congratulate Paul, Leslie and Mark on their success which is representative of the hard work and dedication shown by them and all those involved in the working group.”
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