Energia gets electricity deal with Mallow GAA over the line

July 07

Mallow GAA Sports Complex has signed a new electricity deal with competitive energy provider Energia.

Energia gets electricity deal with Mallow GAA over the line

Pictured are Liz Foley, General Manager, Mallow GAA Sports Complex and Aidan Brennan, Energia. Photo: John Allen.

The two-year deal will see Energia provide 350,000 KWhrs of electricity to power all of the facility’s buildings and lights.
Commenting on the deal Liz Foley, General Manager, Mallow GAA Sports Complex said: “We’ve a very active membership and so it’s crucial to us that we’ve an energy provider that can provide great value. Equally we put a high value on quality customer service. We found both with Energia.”
Aidan Brennan, Energia commented: “Our ability to offer customers a mix of very competitive rate makes Energia a winning choice for almost 60,000 Irish businesses. We are delighted to get this energy supply deal over the line.”
“We also support businesses through innovative energy programmes like Energia’s ‘Cash for Kilowatts’ scheme that provides grant funding to companies for energy efficiency projects. It means that any company carrying out an energy efficiency project can qualify for grant funding based on the amount of energy they save. This scheme is open to all customers of Energia.” 
As well as benefiting from the generous funding, businesses will also make very significant ongoing savings through the energy efficiency projects. For example:
  • Lighting: LED and high efficiency lighting can reduce your lighting costs by up to 75%
  • Heating: a new boiler or heating controls can save over 25% of your annual fuel costs
  • Refrigeration: new systems can reduce your costs by up to 30%
Energia has a 26% market share of the Irish business electricity and gas market supplying the energy needs of almost 60,000 business customers. In addition to renewable assets, the company also operates a 750MW gas fired power station in north Dublin.
Energia has offices in Dublin, Galway, Cork and Belfast.

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