A HIGH-ENERGY YEAR

A HIGH-ENERGY YEAR
Press Eye Northern Ireland Wednesday 5th December 2018 Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye Andrew Lynas, Managing Director of Lynas Foodservice and the group’s Chairman, Norman Lynas, are pictured at the opening of the new Lynas Food Outlet on the Boucher Road in Belfast. It is the seventh Food Outlet to be opened by Lynas Foodservice and has created 14 new jobs following a £1M investment. The 5,800 sq ft store, which is open to the public as well as offering a cash and carry service to trade customers, provides convenience and value from some of Northern Ireland’s finest producers and suppliers of the worlds most recognised brands. Fiona Brown Fiona Brown Communications (t) +44 (0) 7887 864641 
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Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber) and SONI (System Operator for Northern Ireland) concluded their Energy Forum series of events for 2018 with a briefing at SONI last week.

Over 60 businesses joined NI Chamber and SONI to hear from a number of speakers including Rodney Doyle, Market Operations Director at EirGrid Group, Jo Aston, Director of Wholesale Markets at the Utility Regulator, and Jonathan Martindale, Executive Director at Phoenix Natural Gas.

Throughout 2018 the Energy Forum has provided NI Chamber members with an opportunity to discuss key energy policy and network with colleagues from within energy sector.

It has also provided a platform for firms such as Coca-Cola HBC, Boomer, Ulster Carpets, Genesis Crafty and Henry Brothers to share best practice on energy management.

n The next Energy Forum takes place on Friday, March 8, at 9.30-11.30am at Translink’s new Service Centre at Milewater Road in Belfast.

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