Ireland's Electrical Magazine Issue 86


Mark Alexander, newly appointed Energy Transition Manager for Mutual Energy.

Ethos Engineeringdonates €30K to cancer charity

Mutual Energymakes senior appointments

Ethos Engineering (M+E consultants) smashed their July €10K fundraising target for The Irish Cancer Society by €5K. That makes a total of €15,000 raised through generous donations of time, effort and hard-earned money from all Ethos Engineering work colleagues, industry friends, family and supporters. CEO Greg Hayden praised their hard work, “I am personally so proud of the massive team effort from all the staff, at Ethos and our sister companies, Fusion and KPPM. “As this disease has unfortunately impacted so many of our lives, Ethos Engineering will now match all the funds we have raised, which will

allow us to donate €30,000 to a really brilliant cause in the fight against this horrible disease.” Ethos Engineering provides mechanical and electrical consultancy services to the residential, commercial, micro-electronic, healthcare, municipal, hi-tech, data centre, pharmaceutical, and sports & leisure sectors. Specialist engineers have extensive experience in sustainable and environmental design solutions. Headquartered at Sandyford, Dublin they also have offices in Cork, Galway and Limerick. To find out more call: +353 (0) 1 293 220 email: or visit:

to newEnergy Transition Team

Mutual Energy has appointed Mark Alexander and Shane Rafferty to its newly formed Energy Transition Team. The Energy Transition Team will collaborate with key industry stakeholders to develop and implement Mutual Energy’s strategic approach to the decarbonisation of the Northern Ireland energy sector by 2050. Mark Alexander has been appointed as Energy Transition Manager, leading the team. With almost 20 years’ experience in the energy sector, Mark previously has held senior roles with Energia Group, developing large-scale energy storage projects and specialising in energy trading, trading risk management and energy market design. Shane Raffety, who joined Mutual Energy in 2015 from Phoenix Natural Gas, has been appointed as Senior Energy Transition Analyst, and brings with him an in-depth knowledge of gas operations and engineering. Announcing the new Energy Transition Team, Paddy Larkin, Chief Executive of Mutual Energy said, “We are delighted to have Mark and Shane driving this project forward, as we look to deliver cost-effective and climate-positive energy solutions to Northern Irish consumers and businesses.” Visit: for more information.

CTS head is newChair of NIFL

Connaire McGreevy, MD of CTS facilities management based in Newry, Co Down, has been appointed as the new Chair of the NIFL Premiership Management Committee. A member of the Board of Directors

at Warrenpoint Town FC, he had this to say to his club supporters, “I am honoured to be elected the Chair of the Premiership Management Committee. It is a hardworking voluntary committee with every club represented. “We have a tough year ahead for football in ensuring fans are back in our grounds, growing our audience, ensuring every club is equally represented through the sub-regional funding and making the tweaks to the dials that will make football better for all. “I look forward to representing the Premiership wherever I can.” Congratulations and good luck with the new role, Connaire! To contact CTS visit:,

Shane Rafferty joins Mutual Energy as Senior Energy Transition Analyst.

call: +44 (0)28 4175 2299 or email:

Connair McGreevy, MD of CTS is new Chair of NIFL Premiership Management Committee. FOLLOW US ON:


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