NI Chamber’s next Energy Forum will focus on the role innovation in transport is set to play in creating a clean energy future.
Hosted in partnership with SONI, it takes place online on Wednesday, September 29, between 2pm-3.30pm.
Attendees will hear from Norman Crowley, a renowned serial entrepreneur who started and sold three businesses for over three-quarters of a billion dollars before the age of 40.
During an interview with Jamie Delargy, Norman will share how his fourth business, Crowley Carbon, is now a rapidly scaling global leader in energy and transport services.
He will also discuss how, in 2019, he set up Ireland’s first car company in over 40 years – AVA Electrifi.
The company electrifies high-end, classic vehicles and has recently launched a new range which includes limited edition electric Defenders.
There will also be a unique opportunity to discover more about multi-national tyre manufacturing company Michelin.
Tender & Sustainability Manager Edwin Farquhar will discuss how Michelin has evolved ‘beyond tyres’ through a sustainable approach which finds an optimal balance between people, profit and planet.
The September Energy Forum will conclude with a panel session featuring Wrightbus, Belfast City Council, NIE Networks and SONI.
n The event is free for NI Chamber members to attend and costs £50 for non-members. Pre-registration is essential at www.northernirelandchamber.com