Corca Dhuibhne/
Dingle Peninsula 2030

is an ambitious and exciting multi-partner initiative based on the Dingle Peninsula, in Co. Kerry.
It was established in early 2018 by the following organisations:

The Dingle Creativity and Innovation Hub

ESB Networks


North East West Kerry Development (NEWKD)

Corca Dhuibhne/Dingle Peninsula 2030 was essentially launched as an experiment and is in many respects a ‘living lab’, where we endeavour to learn from a series of pilot projects and practical experience.

Partners actively collaborate with each other and with the local community, schools, business, transport and farming sectors to support and enable the broader societal changes required for the sustainable transition.

ESB Networks concluded its Dingle Project at the end of 2021, while MaREI continues to work on a number of specific projects. Work on the ground is developing and expanding through a number of themed projects across such areas as Energy, Agriculture, Marine, Sustainable Travel and Tourism/Hospitality. However, the structure and focus of any collaborative activity is constantly evolving.

The following learning briefs and videos give an insight into what we do, how we do it, what we have achieved and some of the lessons learnt along the way.