May 2 In the Press

Tour of Ulster’s stage two called off as cyclists battle snow, rain and high winds

Stage Two of the AmberGreen Energy Tour of Ulster has been called off today as cyclists battled their way through snow, sleet and high winds.

Organiser Garry Nugent said calling off the gruelling road race was the right thing to do in the interests of safety. The race, which is Ireland’s longest established road race, has attracted teams from Australia, Holland, Belgium, England, Scotland and from the north and south of Ireland. Here’s the full story from today:

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May 2 In the Press

Shaw wins stage one as Tour of Ulster cyclists prepare for gruelling road race

Today marks Stage 2 of the AmberGreen Energy Tour of Ulster after Damien Shaw won last night’s gruelling climb up Stormont’s avenue at the time trial.

Crowds gathered last night for Stage 1, sponsored by Homecare Independent Living, to watch elite cyclists from across Europe compete for the coveted pink jersey, sponsored by AmberGreen Energy. The cyclists have departed from Belfast and are now on the road to Newry via the beautiful Spelga Dam, Mournes and Warrenpoint.

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May 1 In the Press

The battle for pink begins as elite cyclists gear up for the Tour of Ulster

Today begins the 2015 AmberGreen Energy Tour of Ulster with the welcome of 150 elite cyclists from across the globe to Northern Ireland.

The race starts with a time trial at the Stormont Estate this evening with people gathering at 6.30pm. Tomorrow, they will leave Belfast from Malone Playing Fields before racing to Newry. On Sunday, they leave for Cookstown and on Monday, a circuit race takes place in Cookstown. Come and cheer them on.

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April 20 In the Press

NI races for pink again as 150 elite cyclists prepare for the Tour of Ulster

The countdown is on as 150 elite cyclists prepare to travel to Northern Ireland to take part in this year’s Tour of Ulster.

The race around Ulster’s roads, from Belfast to Newry, through Armagh and finishing in Cookstown, is Ireland’s longest established road race. The organisers are encouraging people to come out and line the roads to cheer on the cycling elite from Australia, Holland, Belgium, France, England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

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March 30 Newsfeed

Belfast church greens its roof so solar PV savings boost community projects

AmberGreen Energy provides green energy solutions to homes and businesses in Northern Ireland, England, Wales and Scotland.

Its teams are out and about helping people save money by generating their own renewable energy using solar pv or biomass. The Ulster Temple in Belfast explains why it switched to solar.

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March 30 Newsfeed

Solar PV panels with AmberGreen is the ‘intelligent choice’ says store boss

The owner of Waterside Warehouse is just one of the many business owners in Northern Ireland who is generating his own power by installing solar PV.

Sunny Ghaie has installed a 20kw system on his roof in a drive to reduce his £1,000 per month electricity bills.

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March 30 In the Press

Green minded business enterprise agency goes solar at innovation centre

CIDO – an enterprise agency for start up businesses has switched to solar following a decision bosses described as a ‘no brainer’.

Its annual electricity bills had topped the £20,000 mark so bosses made the call to AmberGreen in order to get the solution it needed to drive down costs and lower its carbon footprint.

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January 29 Newsfeed

UK community energy scheme should come to Northern Ireland, says Saintfield couple

Communities across the UK are looking at collaborative approaches to creating a more sustainable future for all.

A couple from Saintfield says the community scheme which has been discussed by the UK Government encouraging power generation in communities, should be introduced in Northern Ireland.

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January 27 In the Press

Is Northern Ireland ready for community energy schemes? AmberGreen says ‘Yes’

The launch of a new £10million energy fund has been described as ‘a significant step forward’ by AmberGreen who says the UK Government backed community initiative should be rolled out in NI.

Communities in England will be offered up to £150,000 each to create their own renewable energy through solar panels or wind turbines.

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January 16 In the Press

The clock is ticking as leading poultry farmer urges others to beat the NIE deadline

Fred Maxwell, one of Northern Ireland’s leading poultry farmers recruited AmberGreen Energy to install a solar PV system to reduce his annual £20,000 electricity bill.

Mr Maxwell, who pays a total of £100,000 for gas and electricity, is encouraging other poultry farmers to take advantage of renewable energy as a means of cutting energy costs.

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January 14 In the Press

Water pump project saves lives in Indian village thanks to pastor led church project

Green energy solutions company, AmberGreen, are saving lives in one of the poorest regions of India thanks to a water project backed by the company.

The company has funded the installation of a new drinking water pump in the village of Gajipur in the Uttar Pradesh state of northern India which is being used every day by hundreds of villagers.

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November 7 Newsfeed

Family switches ISA savings for solar PV to get a better return on their money

Getting a good return on your money is often difficult which is why this family decided to use their ISA savings to buy solar pv panels instead.

The family from Northern Ireland decided they would get a better return on their investment if they used their savings to buy an AmberGreen Energy solar pv system. The family are keen to reap the environmental benefits as well as making savings in energy costs and also generating an income.

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October 24 In the Press

AmberGreen Energy tackles soaring heating bills with the launch of biomass boiler range

Green energy solutions company AmberGreen Energy expands to offer customers across the UK biomass solutions as well as solar pv.

The team had AmberGreen have launched AmberGlow – a heating solution which can be used in homes or commercial business premises in Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales. The team are currently taking order on this newly launched product.

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September 25 In the Press

Amber Green celebrates solar as customers produce 1.5 megawatts of renewable power

The community in Northern Ireland who have installed an AmberGreen Energy solar pv system have collectively generated 1.5MW of renewable power in 12 months.

The company decided to throw a party at Northern Ireland’s largest Grade A listed building, Gosford Castle. Over 300 customers and their families came along to enjoy some AmberGreen Energy hospitality.

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August 9 In the Press

AmberGreen Energy announce acquisition of solar pv installer Global Solar Renewables

At a time when acquisitions are unheard of, AmberGreen Energy announce it is buying Global Solar Renewables – the company’s preferred solar pv installer.

AmberGreen is one of the most trusted green energy solutions companies in Northern Ireland and offers homeowners and businesses solar pv and biomass boiler solutions which will reduce energy costs and save people money.

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