Northern Ireland Energy Working Group

Northern Ireland Energy Working Group Northern Ireland Energy Working Group

30 June 2021


14:00 - 15:30



Northern Ireland Energy Working Group with Andrew Griffith MP, UK’s Net Zero Business Champion

Join Andrew Griffith MP, the UK’s Net Zero Business Champion and senior business leaders for an Energy Working Group to discuss the race to net zero in Northern Ireland. This online event is kindly sponsored by TLT NI LLP. 
The actions of every single business is central to the successful transition to a low-carbon economy, which will drive jobs and growth in Northern Ireland as well as opening up new sectors of the global economy. This means businesses setting net zero targets by 2050 at the latest, committing to credible short term plans and taking action to uphold the promises made at the Paris summit – to keep our planet safe.
Here are four good reasons to attend this working group:
  • Hear from the UK’s Net Zero Business Champion about the importance of businesses joining the Race to Zero Campaign, what this will mean for your business and practical actions that can be taken
  • Feed directly into government thinking about what Northern Ireland business is doing in the Race to Net Zero, including challenges that are being faced
  • Get an update on the work that CBI NI is delivering in energy policy, including Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure  
  • Contribute to the shaping of CBI policy in this area.
Book your place today:
This Webex meeting is free to attend and is open to all CBI members.


14:00  Welcome
Declan Billington, Chair CBI NI Energy Working Group and CEO, John Thompson & Sons Ltd

Strategic Partner welcome

Keynote speaker
Andrew Griffith MP, UK’s Net Zero Business Champion

CBI Northern Ireland Energy update

The Clean Energy Market
Andrew Ryan, Partner and Kevin Murphy, Partner, TLT NI LLP
Andrew and Kevin will provide a brief overview of the clean energy market and look at how some of the lessons learnt from the deployment of newer technologies such as energy storage and EV charging infrastructure in England and Scotland could be applied to the NI market. They will also look at some of the funding models which are being utilised outside of NI and discuss how, and if, these could potentially support the NI market

Member discussion

Final remarks

15:30 Close

Strategic Partner

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Karen Hoey

Karen Hoey

Events & Sponsorship Manager - Northern Ireland


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