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Sterling savings for Newbridge Silverware in Dual Fuel deal with Energia

May 22

Energia providing Newbridge Silverware with 10% saving on gas costs

Newbridge Silverware are the latest Irish corporate to take advantage of the new Dual Fuel discount energy offering available from competitive energy provider Energia.

Energia will supply Newbridge Silverware with both gas and electricity under the terms of this major new power deal.

The Dual Fuel deal sees Energia supplying electricity to 10 of Newbridge Silverware’s sites. Energia will be supplying these sites with over 1 GWh of electricity and 0.4 GWh of gas each year. The total value of the deal will be in the region of €198,000, and is set to run on a rolling contract basis for an initial one year period. 

Commenting on the deal, Aisling Brennan, Financial Controller, Newbridge Silverware said: “Cost effective utilities are top of most businesses priority lists right now. We are delighted to be able to access significant savings by moving to Energia. Not only will the cheaper electricity prices benefit our competitiveness, Energia have a truly outstanding customer service record.”

Michael Nugent, Regional Manager, Energia commented: “Getting the best value energy prices has never been more important for Irish business. Energia’s Dual Fuel offering allows companies in the private and public sector benefit from both our competitive electricity  and gas offerings. The combination of the two is proving more popular than ever”.

He continued “This major new deal with Newbridge Silverware shows how productive talking to Energia can be. Building on our 25% share of the business electricity market, Energia is now making major moves in the business gas market.”

Energia has a 25% market share of the business electricity market on an all–island basis with 40,000 customers. Energia’s power stations at Huntstown in Dublin have the capability to supply up to 17% of Ireland’s electricity requirements on an all-island basis. The company also supplies 20% of all gas consumed in Ireland by the country’s largest industrial and commercial gas users.

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