FAQ – EEPCON18
What is the European Energy Poverty Conference 2018?
Energy Action has successfully run Fuel Poverty Conferences in Ireland for a number of years, including a European Fuel Poverty Conference in Dublin in 2013. Our 2018 Conference is called the European Energy Poverty Conference and will feature speakers from all across European. This year’s conference theme is: “A United Approach”. The conference will be opened by Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Mr. Denis Naughten TD.
What is the theme of the 2018 Conference and what does it mean?
The theme for 2018 is called, “A United Approach” which is about people coming together from all parts of Europe and beyond to find solutions for fuel poverty. It is estimated that 50 million Europeans live in energy poverty which is associated with more than 30,000 excess winter deaths in Europe per year. Despite energy poverty being an enduring problem with widespread and severe impact, up to now there has been no common European strategy for tackling it.
Where does the European Energy Poverty Conference 2018 take place?
The European Energy Poverty Conference 2018 Conference takes place in The Croke Park Conference Centre, Jones Road Dublin, Ireland. The main conference venue is the Hogan Mezzanine.
Who attends the European Energy Poverty Conference?
Last year we had attendees from all over Ireland, Northern Ireland, and the UK. This includes regulators, local authorities, politicians, health experts, researchers, private contractors, energy companies and the various agencies supporting vulnerable people. This year we believe we will have people from all over Europe and students attending also.
When does the European Energy Poverty Conference 2018 take place?
The European Energy Poverty Conference 2018 will begin at 9am on the 29th of March 2018. Registration starts at 8.30am, where Tea/Coffee and morning snacks will be available. There will be peripheral events and extra networking opportunities throughout the day and in the evening after the main event.
Please be aware that #EEPCON18 is taking place throughout the Easter Holiday School Holidays and the day before Good Friday.
How Do I Get Tickets?
You can register for your Early Bird tickets on Picatic for #EEPCON18 from the 23rd of January until the 28th of February 2018 and then standards tickets go on Sale.
These can be purchased using a valid Credit Card or can be Purchased offline by choosing the Offline Payment option where you will be issued an invoice.
What does my European Energy Poverty Conference 2018 ticket entitle me to?
Your ticket entitles you to ENTRY toEuropean Energy Poverty Conference 2018 at Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin, Morning Refreshments, FREE lunch, Coffee and an invitation to a FREE drinks reception in the Croke Park Hotel after the main event. For any ticket information call +353 1 4545464. You can also email email@example.com .
Can companies apply to exhibit at #EEPCON18 in Croke Park?
Yes, companies can apply to exhibit at the European Energy Poverty Conference 2018. Click to read more about our Exhibitor packages. Exhibition Packages begin from €650 and include a variety of benefits and features.
Is there a Programme agenda available?
There will be a Programme Available from early February. This can will be listed on our website and on Social Media. Check back soon! The downloadable will arrive a few weeks after this.
How do I get there?
The Croke Park Conference Centre is centrally located in Dublin, with easy access from the City Centre, airport and rail. You can read more and find details about How To Get There.
Have you any hotel suggestions?
All attendees coming to European Energy Poverty Conference 2018 can view our recommended hotels on our website. Upon purchasing your ticket for European Energy Poverty Conference 2018, you will receive an email confirming your ticket and a passcode to access the hotel discounts when booking your accommodation. You will also receive further information regarding our hotel discounts in the lead up to the event.
I’m interested in Exhibiting/Sponsoring the #EEPCON18 event, who do I contact?
For partnership queries please contact Gerry McGough at Energy Action Ireland – firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m interested in a media pass for the event, who do I contact?
For those interested in doing a story or a new piece for European Energy Poverty Conference 2018 in a media capacity, you can do so by contacting Sam Lyons our Communications/Marketing/PR Conference Consultant at email@example.com
Where Can I Collect My Ticket?
Your ticket will be available digitally via email and can be printed, or scanned to your phone for ease and security. We will also keep a copy of all tickets at the reception/registration desk.