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Blackshore Holdings books major saving in Energia deal

April 01

The Johnstown House Hotel and Spa Enfield has announced details of a major new dual fuel deal with competitive energy provider Energia. The deal sees Energia supplying gas and electricity to the hotel.

Energia will be supplying their dual fuel offering (electricity and gas) to the hotel as part of a wider deal with Blackshore Holdings. The deal incorporates other Blackshore hotels including The Holiday Inn Killarney, the Clifden Station House Connemara, Johnstown House Hotel and Spa Enfield, and the Marriot Courtyard Hotel, Galway City

The deal will see Energia supply the Johnstown House Hotel and Spa Enfield with 2 gigawatts hours (GWh) of electricity and 7 gigawatts hours (GWH) of gas over the coming year. The terms of the deal mean the hotel is also set to make significant savings on their gas costs. 

Commenting on the deal, Mr David Hennessy, Director Hotel Division, Blackshore Holdings said: “We are delighted to be working with Energia. The dual fuel deal will allow us to access cost savings on both gas and electricity. The ability to reduce the amount we’re paying for our energy is invaluable for any business, especially in the current challenging economic environment.”

James Cronin, Key Account Manager, Energia commented: “Competitive energy prices have never been more important for Irish business. This major new deal to supply Blackshore Holiding’s hotels, including the Johnstown House Hotel and Spa Enfield, shows Energia’s ability to offer Irish business fantastic value for all their energy needs.”

He continued, “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 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 20% of all gas consumed in Ireland by the country’s largest industrial and commercial gas users.

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