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RPG Dublin - Renewable Power Generation

The 9th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation

1 - 2 March 2021 | Croke Park Stadium, Dublin, Ireland

CPD 14 hours


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Wind turbine Due to the continuing spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and restrictions on travel and social distancing, the IET has taken the difficult decision to postpone RPG until 1-2 March 2021.

Disappointing as this is, people’s health and well being is our priority during these uncertain times.

The good news is that we are re-opening the call for papers until 13 October 2020, to allow you extra time to write, improve, complete, and submit your full paper. Find out more

RPG™Dublin brings together international academics, researchers, engineers and consultants working in renewable energy, to publish results, share knowledge and forge new partnerships.

For the first time, RPG will take place in Ireland, an island power system, with a world-leading share of wind energy, and possessing unique experience with integrating variable renewables into daily system operations, electricity markets, and system planning.

Ireland has set an ambitious target of 70% renewables share by 2030. Success will be based on overcoming the challenges and embracing the possibilities. This will not be achieved alone.

Join us in Dublin to learn from Ireland’s experience and debate other case studies and research. Together we can create the solutions for a sustainable future.


Chairs' welcome

Céad Mile Fáilte  

Céad Mile Fáilte (one hundred thousand welcomes). We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to attend RPG 2020, which will be held at Croke Park Stadium, Dublin, Ireland.

Damian Flynn, Associate Professor, Energy Institute and School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University College Dublin

John Ging, Principal Engineer, Operations, Planning and Innovation, EirGrid

Ireland is already tackling integration challenges associated with large shares of variable renewables. Solutions are being developed and implemented here, which, in the future, can be applicable to other systems around the world.


Flexibility: the key to renewable integration: 23 September 2020


Mark McGranaghan Mark McGranaghan
Vice President for Power Delivery and Utilization , Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)

Marie Hayden Marie Hayden
Vice President for Business Development, Smartwires

Eoin Kennedy Eoin Kennedy
Head of Future Operations team, EirGrid, the transmission system operator for Ireland.



Supporting partners


Standard fees
Member - €620
Non-member - €675
Student/retired - €310

Author fees
(available until 30 November 2020)

Author - €560
Student author - €435
Additional paper - €170