Name: Alan Hogan Company: Kingspan Renewables Position: Sales director, Ireland Role: Alan will develop the Kingspan Renewables business on an all-Ireland basis Track record: Alan, a qualified building services engineer, has worked in the solar industry for more than 20 years
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