Chief Executive Officer
Stephen was UK and Ireland Sales Manager with ALS, a global commercial laboratory operating in the Environmental Sector. Previous to this he managed Irish and Scottish Business Units for Severn Trent Laboratories. Stephen holds an MBA from DCU an M. Eng from the Open University & a B. Eng in Mechatronic Engineering also from DCU.
Mr. Philip O’Quigley
Philip has over 20 years’ experience in the Oil & Gas Sector, in a variety of senior management positions spanning a number of London and Dublin listed exploration and production companies, including experience in a number of other countries including Australia, South Africa, Argentina and the U.S.. He is currently CEO and a Board member of Falcon Oil & Gas and a non-exec director of Providence Resources. Philip is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland and qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Ernst and Young in Dublin.
Wayne is a prolific entrepreneur with particular expertise and experience in the clean-tech sector. He is co-founder and CEO of Oxymem, the multi-award winning waste-water, smart aeration company. He is also co-founder and Chairman of Biocore Environmental a biosolids & waste-water management business and previous to this, built and disposed of a major waste equipment company, the Manvik Group, a business with 80 staff and a turnover in excess of €40M.
He holds an International Executive MBA from the Smurfit Business School in UCD and a Diploma in Advanced Management also from UCD and is a registered Enterprise Ireland Business Partner.
Steve Wilson is currently Technical Director of EPG Ltd a UK environmental consultancy specialising in the delivery of cost effective project design in the areas of contaminated land remediation and gas protection, sustainable drainage, flood risk assessment and water management for sports and activity surfaces. Before joining EPG, Steve was Associate Director of Card Geotechnics. Steve is co-author of CIRIA Reports C665, C735 and C748 as well as the Local Authority Guide to Ground Gas and CLAIRE Research Bulletin RB17. He was also a member of the drafting committee for British Standard BS8485.
Chris co-founded and became CEO of IONA Technologies headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, which went public in 1997 using Lehman in what was then the 5th largest IPO in the history of Nasdaq. At one point during this period, the company was one of the largest top ten software companies by revenue in the world, having over 1,200 staff in 22 offices worldwide. The Company was sold in September 2008 and since then Chris has served as chair of various technology companies and Irish national policy groups. More about Chris.