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Rushlight Summer Showcase event

  • Posted by:Dawn Murphy
  • On:April 5, 2017

Rushlight Summer Showcase – 20 June 2017, London

 

The Rushlight Summer Showcase takes place on Tuesday 20 June 2017 at the Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London.  It is THE marketplace that brings together cleantech developers and sustainable solution providers, with investors & financiers and businesses looking to …

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Could your company benefit from a dedicated PhD Researcher?

  • Posted by:Dawn Murphy
  • On:March 22, 2017

The Renewable Engine project is holding briefing events to inform companies in the Energy, Manufacturing and Engineering sectors on how they can access industrial research support and technology development grants through the project.

 

 

Renewable Engine is an EU project which is lead by South West College.  Briefing events …

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FULL HOUSE FOR VAYU ENERGY’S SEMINAR ON ISEM

  • Posted by:Stuart Best
  • On:March 13, 2017

 

 

DISCUSSING the new Integrated Single Energy Market (ISEM) and Energy Procurement – gas and electricity – was the focus at a packed-out seminar organised by Vayu Energy, in association with Action Renewables.

 

The energy seminar, which took place at Holywood Golf Club, played host to a range …

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Action Renewables Awards 2017

  • Posted by:Stuart Best
  • On:March 7, 2017

 

 

The Action Renewables Awards 2017, supported by Vayu Enegy, were due to take place on 27th March 2017, and we have decided to postpone these awards until later in the year.

 

The purpose of our awards has always been to celebrate innovation and businesses’ commitment to sustainable technologies,

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RHI Claims wrong, says UFU

  • Posted by:Stuart Best
  • On:February 13, 2017

The Ulster Farmers’ Union has hit back at attempts by the media to link progressive, well known farmers and the Union to the RHI scandal.  The organisation, which represents 11,500 farming families across Northern Ireland, says those doing so are trying to imply that legitimate users have done something wrong, …

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