Action Renewables is a registered charity that aims to create a Northern Ireland which recognises the serious impacts of climate change, and will take measures to prevent and mitigate against those impacts, through using renewable energy, energy efficiency, renewable transport and renewable products.
We aim to be your partner of choice for sustainable energy solutions.
Action Renewables is a leading provider of renewable energy expertise. We provide support for renewable energy development, through trading electricity and renewable energy certificates. We also develop and engage in European Projects.
Our success is dependent upon the leadership provided by a management board. The board is constituted representing individuals including industry professionals, non-governmental representatives and environmental specialists.
The board members are:
Stephen Harper (Chairman), Business Manager, retired
Terry Waugh, Chief Executive Officer, Action Renewables
Irene Robinson, Finance Director, Action Renewables
Andrew Webb, Chief Economist, Grant Thornton
Brian Norton, President Dublin Institute of Technology
John Heaslip, Former Chief Executive of Business in the Community Northern Ireland
Gerry Hodgkinson, Business Manager, retired
Kate Noble, Head of Energy & Environmental Practices, National Trust
Action Renewables is a registered charity, a company limited by guarantee. Our vision is to create a Northern Ireland which recognises the serious impacts of climate change and will take measures to prevent and mitigate against those impacts, through using renewable energy, energy efficiency, renewable transport and renewable products. Our mission is to carry out our activities, including our charitable activities, in line with our charitable objects. While our vision applies to Northern Ireland, our mission applies to the UK and Ireland.
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For more than 35 years Specify has been regarded as the leading publication for the Northern Irish Construction Industry. Each issue delivers in-depth, innovative editorial coverage and aims to inform and support the industry it serves. Priority is given to local, Northern Irish news and we feature expert articles, analysis and opinion pieces from respected individuals who know and understand the local market.