EAI works with members to produce consultation responses / submissions, publications and information papers on issues of common interest.
Transitioning to a low carbon energy system (May 2017)
EAI commissioned PwC to produce this report, which is designed to assist policy makers and stakeholders in navigating the island of Ireland’s energy transition. It examines the Electricity, Heat and Transport sectors, and outlines how Ireland might achieve its 2050 low carbon objective while also significantly reducing energy imports.
EAI Statement on Energy and Climate Policy (January 2017)
This document sets down the positions of the electricity sector in Ireland in relation to a number of key strategic energy and climate policy issues that have an impact on the sector and wider economy. It provides an update of the earlier EAI Statement on Energy and Climate Policy (31st July 2014), which supported the Association's response to the Green Energy Paper consultation in the Republic of Ireland.
Powering the economy: a new energy focus (28th January 2015)
EAI commissioned EY to prepare a report that provides a snapshot of the energy sector and its contribution to the ROI and NI economies. The report is an all-island economic review of the sector detailing its total economic investment and employment contribution to the island.
EAI Energy Engage Code (14th May 2014)
The Code aims to reduce disconnections of customers in arrears on their electricity or gas bills to an absolute minimum. The key measure to deliver this is a commitment by Suppliers signed up to the Code (Bord Gais Energy, Electric Ireland, Energia, Flogas and SSE Airtricity) to never disconnect an engaging customer.
An independent review of implementation of the Energy Engage Code was carried out by EY in 2016. A high level of compliance with the terms of the Code was observed across all of the participating suppliers.
IED Interpretation Document (20th December 2013)
Following consultation with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), EAI published this document to assist with interpretation and application of the IED as it relates to combustion plants in the Republic of Ireland.