Energy Awards Finalists 2016

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This award recognises the development and advancement of new smart technologies, systems, and approaches which have influenced and brought tangible benefits for sustainable energy use in Ireland.

  1. EnergyElephant
  2. DaysE
  3. EM3
  4. EPS Group


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This award focuses on entrants going beyond established best practice in the use of renewable energy supply or innovations in design, building fabric or operational systems to improve energy efficiency and cost savings in all types of buildings.

  1. Boliden Tara Mines
  2. Maynooth University / St Patricks College Maynooth
  3. Simon McGuinness Architects
  4. Cosgrave Developments


This award recognises research in the development of new systems, services, products or approaches likely to impact on future demand reduction. The appliants detailed the problem researched, the research outcome, solution and the potential impact.

  1. University of Limerick
  2. Queen's University Belfast
  3. NVP Energy
  4. University College Cork


This award recognises partnerships promoting sustainable energy practices at community level, delivering energy savings and socio-economic benefits. Projects included energy efficiency retrofits, renewable energy upgrades or behavioural change initiatives.

  1. Musgrave Retail Partners Ireland
  2. Camphill Communites Of Ireland
  3. Louth County Council
  4. Dublin Port Authority


This design award is looking for something useful, usable and beautiful. It recognises products or projects which best demonstrate the vital intersection of creative design with technically sound sustainable energy solutions for maximum user appeal.

  1. Hybrid Energy Solutions Ltd
  2. Paul Horgan Design/ Horgan Carroll Architects
  3. Central Bank of Ireland New Headquarters (O'Connor Sutton Cronin)
  4. University College Dublin

Large Business

This award recognises large industrial or commercial businesses with an annual energy spend exceeding €0.5 million. Entrants demonstrated a track record for going beyond best practice in integrated energy management through technology upgrades, process solutions or staff engagement.

  1. Medite Smartply
  2. Dell EMC
  3. Astellas Ireland (Kerry Plant)
  4. Nypro Healthcare Ltd.
  5. MSD Ireland


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Public Sector

This award recognises public sector organisations which go beyond best practice in new or upgrade technology deployments, management solutions or staff engagement implemented in support of organisational goals.

  1. Dublin Airport
  2. An Garda Síochána
  3. Cork County Council
  4. Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council

Small Business

This award recognises small industrial / commercial businesses and SMEs, with an annual energy spend of less than €0.5 million. Entrants demonstrated a capacity to go beyond best practice in integrated energy management through technology upgrades, process solutions or staff engagement

  1. Radisson Blu St. Helens
  2. Limerick Strand Hotel
  3. Killary Adventure company


This award celebrates individuals or teams, nominated by organisations across the public, private or voluntary sectors. Entrants demonstrated extraordinary leadership and ambition in advancing sustainable energy in their organisation or community over a prolonged period.

  1. Johnson & Johnson Campus Ireland
  2. Musgrave Group
  3. Abbott Ireland
  4. Aurivo Co-operative society
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