Working together

RenewableNI members making a difference and
demonstrating the power of renewables

The renewable electricity industry is working together to accelerate Northern Ireland’s transition to clean energy, creating a future which is better for the economy, consumers and the environment.

The power of renewables is not limited to elctricity generation.

Renewable electricity projects across Northern Ireland are working together with local community groups and small charities to bring benefits directly to residents, demonstrating the power of renewables to make a difference to everyday life.

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Energia community benefit scheme support for Belfast club

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A Belfast club has received funding from a renewable electricity community benefit scheme. Players and coaching staff at an American Football Club in Belfast have reached the end zone to…
The first all-female renewable energy panel at RenewableNI's Women in renewable. Ruth Forbes, A&L Goodbody (centre) chairs the panel with (L_R) Sara Tinsley, Energia; Tamasin Fraser, ABO Wind; Niamh Kenny, North Channel Wind; and Louise Cullen, BBC

Renewable Energy Event for Women returns

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RenewableNI is once again ensuring a diversity of voices are heard in the renewable energy sector as they host an all-female event. Last year’s Women in Renewables was the first…

A&L Goodbody’s Simon Community benefit

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A&L Goodbody's Belfast office has announced a new partnership with homelessness charity Simon Community NI as part of a commitment to community benefit. As the leading homelessness charity in Northern Ireland,…