Belfast Telegraph

In Pictures: Action Renewables Awards night

The Action Renewables Association Awards, held at the Titanic Belfast attraction, saw South West College recognised for their outstanding contribution to the renewable energy sector in Northern Ireland.

Nine other local private and public sector companies were also recognised and rewarded at the event for their innovation in renewable energy technologies, and thought-leading sustainability and awareness raising initiatives. These included;

The Valley Hotel, Fivemiletown - Best Energy Saving SME (sponsored by Electric Ireland)

Todd Architects, Belfast - Most Innovative Construction Project (sponsored by The Ardminnan Group)

BlueBuild Energy Ltd, Bangor - Most Innovative Renewables Installation (sponsored by Dimplex Renewables)

Queens University Belfast - Most Sustainable Travel Plan implemented by SME (sponsored by Travelwise NI)

Holy Child Primary School, Belfast - Renewable Energy Awareness Award (Best School) (sponsored by RES)

South Eastern Regional College, Newtownards - Best Training Provider (sponsored by SummitSkills)

Alternative Heat, Castlewellan - Best Community Project (sponsored by brites)

Turley Associates, Belfast and Michael Burroughs Associations, Holywood - Best Planner: Renewable Energy Project (sponsored by Action Renewables)

Michael Doran, Director of Action Renewables said: "This year we received double the amount of entries into our awards, which is very encouraging and demonstrates the growing commitment which local companies have to improving their ‘green’ credentials. These companies represent both the public and private sector, and together they are embracing alternative energy, new technologies, and are implementing sustainable initiatives. This is proving to be extremely beneficial to their business and helping them to invest for the future.”

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