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Animal savings for Sully’s Pets

November 11

Sully’s Pet Stores are benefitting from savings on their electricity costs after switching to Ireland’s largest independent energy provider Energia.

The deal will see Energia supply over 220,000KWhrs of electricity to Sully’s Pet Stores in Cork, Mallow, Ballincollig and Blackrock. This will provide round-the-clock temperature-controlled habitats to for all of Sully’s pets, which include chickens, ducks, chipmunks, rabbits, reptiles and fish.

Pat O’Sullivan, Director, Sully’s Pet Stores, commented: “Switching to Energia for electricity was an easy decision.  By switching we are able to source savings on our electricity.” 

Aidan Brennan, Key Account Manager, Energia commented: “We’re delighted that Sully’s Pet Stores are joining our winning team for energy supplies. Like over 65 000 other Irish businesses, they are deciding to switch their electricity supplier in order to access significant cost savings and benefit from first class customer service provided by the largest independent supplier to the Irish business market.”

He continued, “Energia’s competitive energy offerings, gas, and green and conventional power, can make a real difference to businesses’ bottom line. Building on our 25% share of the business electricity market, Energia is now making major inroads in the gas and unmetered electricity markets.”

Energia has a 25% market share of the business electricity market on an all–island basis with over 50,000 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 over 20% of all gas consumed in Ireland by the country’s business gas users.

Petmania is a 100% Irish owned chain of pet stores which currently has 12 stores nationwide, with further expansion plans seeing two new stores open in late 2010, followed by further openings in 2011/12. The company currently employs over 200 staff nationwide.

Stores are currently located in Navan, Drogheda, Dublin, Tullamore, Portlaoise, Carlow, Kilkenny, Waterford, Wexford, Limerick [Ballysimon Road], Limerick [Ennis Road] and Tralee.

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