Growing a Sustainable Energy Region Workshop

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The Upper Shannon Erne Future Economy Project in collaboration with IT Sligo will host a facilitated event on growing a sustainable energy region. Across the counties of Leitrim, Longford, Roscommon and Cavan there are 14 Sustainable Energy Communities (SECs) on the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) network. We aim to bring the SECs from across the region together to explore opportunities and challenges. This event will build networks, identify areas of collaboration and explore future regional projects.

Speakers on the evening will include Caoimhe McCarthy – SEAI, John Mannion – Mohill SEC, Mel Gavin – IT Sligo – SEAI SEC Mentor for the Border & Dublin Region and Joe Lowe – Head of Enterprise with Leitrim County Council

Admission is free but booking is essential. Click here for tickets 

A full programme can be found here: Growing Sustainable Region Programme

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Breakfast Briefing: Unlocking the Potential of Regional Collaboration

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The Upper Shannon Erne Future Economy project will be hosting a networking breakfast meeting with businesses from across Leitrim, Cavan, Roscommon and Longford and those with an interest in the region. The event will feature an address by Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD and will include a facilitated discussion on the potential of regional collaboration.

Registration is free of charge but is required.You can register a place by clicking here

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This is a joint initiative between the Local Authorities of Cavan, Leitrim, Longford and Roscommon, the ESB and Bord Na Mona and businesses across the North Midlands region. It was established in 2013 to enable business and community representatives to proactively influence and assist with the broader economic development of this region.

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Unlocking Potential of Regional Collaboration

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This November we will be hosting an event to explore the opportunities of regional collaboration across the public and private sectors. This event will be aimed at businesses based in the region or with an interest in the region along with local enterprise offices, development companies and state agencies.

Further details will follow in October.

If you would like to be informed of updates on this event please contact us on