The Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources has responsibility for the Telecommunications, Broadcasting and Energy sectors. It regulates, protects and develops the Natural Resources of Ireland.      

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Renewable Energy Export Consultation

Minister Rabbitte announces commencement of public consultation on National Renewable Energy Export Policy and Development Framework. Details are available here.

National Energy Efficiency Action Plan

Details on the National Energy Efficiency Action Plan including access to the full plan itself are available here. Press release and speech available here.

Better Energy Programme

SEAI has a hotline number set up for all queries relating to the Better Energy programme. Call 1850 927000.

The National Broadband Plan

Delivering a connected society - a National Broadband Plan for Ireland. Read more.

National Digital Strategy

The National Digital Strategy was published on 11th July 2013. Visit here for videos of the benefits of digital adoption for Irish citizens, businesses and education.

Rural Broadband Scheme

The Rural Broadband Scheme has produced its final report in December 2012. It set about providing broadband to unserved areas of Ireland.

make it safe - make it simple - makeITsecure.org

Learn how to keep yourself and your family secure online. For information regarding the makeITsecure campaign click here.


Visit our Publications section for all DCENR publications categorised by section.


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Public Consultation: National Broadband Plan

Call for Input on Key Aspects of the State-Led Intervention here
Consultation period has now been extended.

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