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Clock ticking for entrants for renewables awards event

By Staff Reporter

Published 10/02/2016

Mary Rossiter, Vayu Energy and Maria O’Loan, Tughans, at Titanic Belfast
Mary Rossiter, Vayu Energy and Maria O’Loan, Tughans, at Titanic Belfast

Northern Ireland's top renewable energy businesses and groups are running out of time to enter this year's Action Renewables Awards.

The deadline for entries is fast approaching, with organisations having until Monday to get involved.

The Action Renewables Awards are teaming up with event sponsors, renewable electricity supplier Vayu and Tughans solicitors, ahead of the awards at Titanic Belfast on March 31.

Mary Rossiter, marketing manager of Vayu Energy, said: "The impressive calibre of last year's entries and the overwhelmingly positive response to the awards clearly demonstrates the importance of renewables to local businesses.

"As a supplier of 100% green electricity, this is something we're seeing on the ground first-hand, which is very encouraging. We would encourage as many businesses as possible to enter this year and help us to celebrate the very best in renewables."

Some of this year's award categories include best community renewables project, best energy-saving large organisation and best planning for a sustainable project.

Maria O'Loan of Tughans said: "We are delighted to sponsor the Action Renewables Awards for eight years running.

"We recognise the importance of renewable technologies in Northern Ireland's economic development, having worked on some of the region's most innovative renewable projects. The awards recognise the achievements and importance of the industry."

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