Call for local businesses to enter 2014 Action Renewables Energy Awards

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Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013
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The lead authority on renewable energy in Northern Ireland, Action Renewables, is calling on companies in Newry who are leading the way in their sustainability practices to enter the company’s 2014 awards scheme. The annual awards are now in their sixth year and will take place in Stormont Hotel on 20th March 2014. Open to all companies across Northern Ireland, businesses are being asked to demonstrate their commitment to the development and growth of the ‘green’ industry and submit entries by 31st January 2014. The judging panel consists of representatives from Action Renewables, Jim Kitchen, Director Sustainable NI, Norman Aspley, CEO of Northern Ireland Science Park, Dr Stephen McKay, Senior Lecturer at the School of Planning, Architecture and Civil Engineering in Queen’s University, Belfast and Geraint Ellis, Chair of Environmental Planning at Queen’s University, Belfast. Speaking at the launch, Michael Doran, Director Action Renewables said, “Sustainability makes good business sense and there are surprising benefits and costs savings to be made. “We want to reward those companies who have introduced renewable energy initiatives within their businesses and are making a real effort to lead by examples while lessening their environmental impact.” Award categories include the Outstanding Award for Work in the Renewable Energy Sector in NI, Best Energy Saving SME, Best Renewable Energy Project, Most Innovative Renewables Installation, Best Promotion of Sustainable Transport, Best Community Project and Best Renewable Energy Export Company. To download an entry pack, exhibit or book a place at the awards visit<
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