Cork City Council to save on costs

October 21

Cork City Council is set to save significant amounts on its energy costs by switching to leading energy provider Energia in a new gas deal.

Under the terms of the tender win, Energia will supply the gas requirements for the local authority each year estimated at €700,000.

Cork City Council is one of a large number of Irish local authorities moving to Energia for their energy needs.
Energia supplies a large number of Ireland’s local authorities with green electricity, gas and conventional electricity.

Over 25 other local authorities have also switched to Energia for the supply of unmetered electricity, which is used to power the street and traffic light systems. These bodies include Laois County Council, Carlow County Council, Kilkenny County Council, Monaghan County Council, Wexford County Council and Wicklow County Council. Energia was the first energy provider to enter this market when it was opened to competition in 2009.
Alan Mulcahy, Business Markets Manager, Energia commented: “We are delighted to sign this gas supply deal with Cork City Council. We have built up considerable expertise in supplying and advising Ireland’s local authorities.”

“All of the local authorities’ needs can be met whether it’s renewable “green” electricity, “unmetered” electricity for public lighting systems, conventional electricity or gas or a dual fuel deal. Energia provides competitive prices and expertise on energy management and efficiency.”

Energia has offices in Dublin, Galway, Cork, Belfast and Omagh.

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