World-class infrastructure provides the critical foundation for business to deliver jobs, growth and quality of life. Roads, bridges, transport systems, airports, ports, power, broadband, water, sewage and other utilities have a direct impact on productivity and our ability to attract investment. Affordable housing is essential if Ireland hopes to be an attractive location to live and work. Ibec’s policy team leads the dialogue with Government and the EU on key infrastructure priorities in areas such as energy and climate change, environment, planning and regional growth.

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Ibec’s Infrastructure policy team is the national voice of business for environment policy, energy and climate policy, transport policy and occupational health and safety legislation. Key to this advocacy role is their active engagement with members across a diverse range of industry sectors. The team comprises of experts in all of the major infrastructure policy areas who can be contacted directly by members and are available for individual or group briefings.

Conor Minogue

Senior Executive-Infrastructure, Energy and Environment