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Eurolink M3 M4 switch to Energia

March 18

Eurolink, operators of the M3 and M4 motorways, are switching to competitive energy provider Energia in a major new energy deal.

Eurolink M3 and M4 are the two Public Private Partnership Companies responsible for the build and operation of two motorways within Ireland. The M3 and M4 motorways demonstrate a good example of the public and private sectors working together to deliver quality infrastructure critical to the development of the economy as well as improving road safety.
Under the terms of the new deal, which will be worth in the region of €300,000 annually, Energia will supply Eurolink’s tolling operations at Kilcock and Dunboyne with over 3 gigawatt hours (GWhrs) of electricity. 

Commenting on the deal Enda Tyrrell, Operations Manager with Eurolink said: “Following the deregulation of the electricity supply market, Eurolink went to the market to obtain the most competitive rate to supply electricity to both the M3 & M4 Motorways.  Energia was the most competitive and we switched to them in December 2010 which we found it to be easy and hassle free operation. We look forward to working with Energia into the future ”

Shane Canavan, Key Account Manager, Energia commented: “Eurolink are another example of a large Irish corporate switching to Energia to benefit from our expertise, service and cost savings. 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 is Ireland’s leading independent energy supply company with a 25% market share of the business electricity market on an all–island basis with over 65,000 customers. The company also supplies 30% of all gas consumed in Ireland by the country’s business gas users.  In addition to renewable assets, the company also operates a 750MW gas fired power station in north Dublin.

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