EFC19 Photo: Erik Ryan

Energy Finance Christmas Workshop (EFC19)

12-13.12.2019, Dublin, Ireland

EFC19 is the 9th event in the highly successful series of Energy Finance Christmas workshops held by the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI). Established in 1960, ESRI in an independent institution supporting policy and decision-making in the areas of welfare, health, consumer and environmental regulation, energy, water, ICT/telecom, labor, immigration, education. Located in the Grand Canal Dock area, ESRI is surrounded by the Grand Canal Docks, an enclosed harbor area between the River Liffey and the Grand Canal. Since 2000 the area has undergone significant renovation as part of the Dublin Docklands area redevelopment project, resulting in the most innovative and modern area in Dublin.

Venue

Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI)
Whitaker Square Sir John Rogerson’s Quay Dublin 2

Invited speakers

TBA

Top

Program

TBA

Top

Participants

Participation is by invitation only. List of participants: TBA

Top

Getting there

By air
The nearest international airport is Dublin Airport. From the airport take a bus/coach for Dublin area (Aircoach, Airlink Express, Dublin Bus; the closest stops to ESRI are North Wall Quay and Convention Centre Dublin) or a taxi. ESRI is 13 km away from the airport, i.e., around 20 minutes with normal traffic conditions.

Public Transport and Parking
DART, Dublin Bus, Luas, DublinBikes: The nearest Dart is Pearse Station in Westland Row and the nearest Luas (red line) is Mayor Square. The 15A and 15B buses run along Sir John Rogerson’s Quay and there are a number of buses that run along Pearse Street. The nearest stations for Dublin Bikes are at Lime Street (Station 62) and City Quay (Station 99).
Parking: There is on‐street disk parking in Cardiff Lane, Hanover Street East and Erne Street. There is a public car park at Gallery Quay which is clearly signposted. Other car parks are at Jury’s Custom House, the NCI, Dawson Street and Setanta place (off Nassau Street). More information are available here.
Disability Access: Wheelchair ramps are located at the entrances from Sir John Rogerson’s Quay (beside the large white Three Mobile building) and from Cardiff Lane beside the Clayton Hotel. The Hanover Street East entrance has street-level access.

Top

Hotels nearby

Please keep in mind that Christmas period is high season so we recommend booking your room well in advance. For suggestions, visit http://www.booking.com

Top