An independent panel of recognised and expert judges, will determine the winners of the Business Energy Achievement Awards.
Our focus is to deliver a balanced judging assessment from industry leaders who will bring their extensive knowledge, enthusiasm and expertise to the judging process ensuring that the winning entries are truly outstanding and worthy of receiving a Business Energy Achievement Award.
The panel is carefully selected to ensure the Awards judging process is fair and objective. The judges are bound by a strict confidentiality agreement and are required to declare any conflict of interest in entries over which they deliberate, in which case that entry will be reallocated. The integrity of this process lies at the very heart of all that we do.
A comprehensive judging process has been developed to decide the worthy winners of the Business Energy Achievement Awards.
2023 Judging Panel
CEO, Irish Solar Energy Association
Conall has delivered transformational policy and regulatory change for the Irish solar industry. He has over 17 years in the energy and sustainability sectors. Focused on delivering the energy transition, he has experience across Ireland, United Kingdom, Canada and Poland.
Sustainability & Utilities Manager, Aviva Stadium
Aidan is the Sustainability & Utilities Manager at the Aviva Stadium and has over a decade of experience in energy management, corporate sustainability practices and in the implementation of the ISO20121 Sustainable Event management & ISO50001 Energy Management standards.
Group Head of Sustainability, Mannok
Paul Monaghan is the Group Head of Sustainability for Mannok and has led the development of the company’s ambitious 2030 Vision, its sustainability roadmap to the end of the decade. He has over 20 years of Industry experience in a variety of roles in the fields of Sustainability, Carbon& Energy.
BA, MA, PhD, Associate & Principal Investigator, Lecturer and Deputy Head of Department of Sociology & Criminology, University College Cork
Gerard (Ger) Mullally is a lecturer and Deputy Head in the Department of Sociology and Criminology in the School of Society, Politics and Ethics, University College Cork, specializing in the areas of environment, community, sustainable development and climate change.