Irish Bioenergy Association (IrBEA)

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. Our diverse membership includes: farmers and foresters, fuel suppliers, energy development companies, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, engineers, financiers and tax advisers, legal firms, consultants, planners, research organisations, local authorities, education and advisory bodies – anyone with an interest in the bioenergy industry. Governance and strategic oversight is provided by a Management Committee, with support from a small Executive Team. IrBEA is affiliated to AEBIOM, the European Biomass Association and the European Biogas Association (EBA). IrBEA operates as a not-for-profit limited liability company. IrBEA is funded from member contributions with other income established from services and consultancy.

Company details

DCU Alpha Business Unit ICA104, Old Finglas Road, Glasnevin , Dublin 11 , D11KXN4 Ireland

Locations Served

Business Type:
Professional association
Industry Type:
Environmental
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)
Year Founded:
1999

IrBEA Objectives

  • Influence: Influence policy makers to promote the development of bioenergy
  • Promote: Promote the interests of members
  • Improve: Improve public awareness of biomass as a realistic option for energy supply
  • Networking: Networking and information sharing among those interested in bioenergy development
  • Liaise: Liaise with similar interest groups
  • Projects: Promote the implementation of bioenergy projects