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Aquamarine Power Ltd

Arthur Cox Solicitors

Atlantic Ocean energy Alliance

Carnegie Wave Energy

ESB International Ltd

Greenn International financial Services Centre

Harland and Wolff Heavy Industries Ltd

Hydraulics Maritime and Research Centre, University College Cork

Invest Northern Ireland

Lakeview Energy LLC


McLaughlin and Harvey Ltd

Ocean Energy Ltd

OpenHydro Group Ltd.

Port of Cork

SmartBay Ireland Ltd

Relevant Organisations


Commission for Energy Regulation is the body responsible for the regulatoion of (Republic of) Ireland's energy sector.

Commissioners of Irish Lights are responsible for the provision of navigation aids around the island of Ireland.

Coastal and Marine Resources Centre (CMRC), University College Cork, seeks to make a significant contribution to the scientific understanding of coastal and marine environments and their management.

Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources is responsible through its Sustainable and Renewable Energy Division for implementing measures to increase penetration of renewable energy technologies in electricity production.

Department of Environment, Community and Local Government is responsible for Foreshore Licensing matters.

Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment (NI) is responsible for energy matters, including Sustainable Energy, in Northern Ireland.

Eirgrid plc is the electricity Transmission System Operator in the Republic of Ireland and the Market Operator in the wholesale electricity system.

Enterprise Ireland is the Government agency responsible for the development of locally owned industry in the Republic of Ireland.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) protects the environment through its licensing, enforcement and monitoring activities in the Republic of Ireland.

ESB builds, owns, operates and maintains the electricity networks in the Republic of Ireland regardless of supplier.

ESB Networks is responsible for building, operating, maintaining and developing the electricity network in the Republic of Ireland.

IDA Ireland is the Government agency responsible for inward investment promotion to the Republic of Ireland.

Invest Northern Ireland is the Government agency responsible for business development in Northern Ireland, including the promotion of inward

Irish Wind Energy Association (IWEA) is the national association for wind energy in Ireland.

Marine Institute is the national agency responsible for marine research, technology, development and Innovation in the Republic of Ireland.

Meitheal na Gaoithe is the Irish Wind Farmers' Cooperative Society which represents rural communities and individuals to promote wind energy.

Northern Ireland Electricity procures, transmits and distributes electricity to both domestic and business users.

Northern Ireland Planning Service aims to improve the quality of life of the people of Northern Ireland by planning and managing development in ways which are sustainable and which contribute to a better environment.

National Maritime College of Ireland (NMCI), a joint venture between Cork Institute of Technology and the Naval Service, is Ireland's national maritime educational and training institution.

Naval Service is the Naval arm of the Defence Forces and the State's principal seagoing agency with a general responsibility to meet contingent and actual maritime defence requirements.

National Offshore Wind Association of Ireland (NOW) promotes Irelands offshore wind resource.

Sustainable Energy Ireland is charged with coordinating and supporting the development of Marine Renewables.

Single Electricity Market Operator is the wholesale electricity market in Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

System Operator Northern Ireland ensures the safe, secure and economic operation of the high voltage electricity grid in Northern Ireland and in co-operation with Eirgrid colleagues is also responsible for running the all-island market for electricity.

Utility Regulator is the independent, non-Ministerial Government department set up to ensure the effective regulation of the Electricity, Gas and Water and Sewerage industries in Northern Ireland.


Aotearoa Wave and Tidal Association (AWATEA) was established in 2006 to promote the uptake of marine energy in New Zealand.

Department of Energy and Climate Change was created in 2008 to bring together energy policy with climate change mitigation policy in the UK.

European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC), located in Orkney, Scotland, offers developers the opportunity to test full scale prototype devices in unrivalled wave and tidal conditions.

New England Clear Energy Council whose mission is to accelerate New England's clean energy economy to global leadership

Ocean Energy Council (OEC) is a US advocacy body promoting the development and implementation of ocean energy.

Ocean Energy Europe unites the broad interests of the European ocean energy industry into a single, focused and independent voice.

Ocean Renewable Energy Group (OREG) aligns industry, academia and government to ensure that Canada is a leader in providing ocean energy solutions to a world market.

Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (OFGEM) is responsible for promoting competition in the gas and electricity markets and for regulating the gas and electricity companies.

Renewable Energy Association (REA) represents renewable energy producers and promotes the use of sustainable energy in the UK.

Renewable UK is the trade and professional body for the UK wind and marine renewables industries.

Scottish Renewables Forum is a forum of key players with interests including biomass, hydro, micro, marine and wind technologies.

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