Action Renewables Association has launched its 2011 renewable energy and sustainability awards competition, which is sponsored by Tughans. Now in their third year, the Action Renewables Association Awards aim to recognise and reward numerous businesses who are leading the way by identifying the importance of renewable energy and sustainability, as well as embracing renewable technologies within the fast developing ‘green’ industry in Northern Ireland.
Seven awards are up for grabs including: Best Energy Saving SME (sponsored by ESB IE); Most Innovative Construction Project (sponsored by Gilbert Ash), Most Innovative Renewables Installation (sponsored by Dimplex Renewables), Most Sustainable Travel Plan Implemented by SME (sponsored by firmus), Renewable Energy Awareness Award (Best School) (sponsored by RES), Best Carbon Saving Project (sponsored by GT Energy) and Tughans will be presenting the Action Renewables Award for Outstanding Work in the Renewable Energy Sector in Northern Ireland.
The deadline for entries is Monday 20th December and all categories will be shortlisted by the experts at Action Renewables and judges Norman Aspley, chief executive of Northern Ireland Science Park as well as Linda Stewart the environment correspondent for the Belfast Telegraph.
The Action Renewables Association Awards are designed to reward the best projects and people within the energy industry in Northern Ireland and for 2011 we have opened the awards up so that all organisations can now enter,” says Michael Doran, director of Action Renewables. “We are extremely eager to see which organisations in Northern Ireland are leading the way this year and who will be rewarded for their exceptional efforts.” For further information on the awards and to enter visit www.actionrenewables.org.uk.
Acton Renewables ‘Green Goddess’ Dearbhla Hogan.