Business consultancy for the Renewable Energy Sector
Nicola spent over 7 years working throughout the USA and Canada in business development, marketing and sales. Nicola is passionate about reducing fossil fuel energy consumption in Northern Ireland. Nicola wants to reduce fuel poverty in Northern Ireland (currently 40%) and to encourage the agri-business sector to adapt more sustainable farming methods. The past 8 years have been spent in NI in the Energy Sector working for Action Renewables and SDS Energy again in business development/management positions. Nicola set up green connect ni in June, 2015.
Further information on Nicola Murphy:
She is an active member of the Energy Institute NI branch which entails organising and attending ongoing seminars and energy events throughout the year and also is the Chair of the Energy Institute Branches Forum on the Energy Institute
Nicola has previously volunteered on the committee organising the annual Practical On Farm Renewable Energy event, (POFRE), which involved working with the agricultural sector delivering seminars and organising exhibitors to encourage
the farming community to consider diversification to renewables.
Whilst at Action Renewables Nicola set up the first All Party Group on Renewable Energy at Stormont, working with MLAs to inform them on the features and benefits of renewable energy. This group is ongoing and holds seminars
throughout the year.