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Energised Central Remedial Clinic

November 21

The Central Remedial Clinic (CRC), one of Ireland’s leading centres for children and adults with physical disabilities, has signed a new three-year electricity deal with leading independent energy provider Energia

The deal will see Energia provide electricity for the Central Remedial Clinic’s two main Dublin centres in Clondalkin and Clontarf, as well as its Day Activity Centre in Firhouse. The three year deal will see the clinic benefit from a fixed rate for years one and two of the contract, with an agreement on a benchmarking review then for year three.

Founded in 1951, the Central Remedial Clinic is currently celebrating its 60th birthday. It provides a range of health, social and technical services for over 4,000 children and adults with physical disabilities, especially those with Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida and Muscular Dystrophy. It has four centres in Dublin, Limerick and Waterford, a number of outreach clinics throughout the country, two schools for children aged 3 to 18 and four day activity centres for adults.

Jane Mitchell, Administrator, Central Remedial Clinic, commented, “This new three year electricity deal with Energia is a great way for us to save on our energy costs. The ability to reduce our outgoings will prove particularly useful to the CRC in the current tough economic climate.”

Alan Mulcahy, Business Markets Manager, Energia commented: “Energia is delighted to ink this new electricity supply deal with the Central Remedial Clinic. We supply electricity and gas, alongside our expertise in energy efficiency, to organisations of all sizes in both the public and private sector. As well as this our Energia On line product offers customers the opportunity to see bills, do analysis and reports on their electricity consumption”

“Energia already has over 26% of the business electricity market and we are now making major inroads in the gas and unmetered electricity markets. We will be one of the leading suppliers of renewable energy, producing 840MW of green power, around 25% of the Irish renewable market in the near future.”

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