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Less waste and lower CO2 for Oxigen

March 30

Oxigen Environmental, Ireland’s leading integrated waste management and recycling company, will be cutting down on their waste and CO2 emissions when they switch to competitive electricity provider Energia.

Under the terms of this new 12 month deal, Energia will supply Oxigen’s operations around Ireland with over 3 Gigawatt hours (GWhrs) of renewable “green” electricity. The value of the deal will be in the region of €1.5 million.

Oxigen is at the forefront of environmental services provision in Ireland. The group comprises of Oxigen Environmental, Oxigen Commercial, Oxigen Water and Oxigen Power. Between these four companies Oxigen manages waste and material streams, water supply and waste-water treatment, and energy generation.

Michael Loughran, Purchasing Manager, Oxigen commented, “The decision to move to Energia was easy as it will allow us to access a really great energy deal. Choosing the right supplier is crucial to our business and with Energia we are sourcing the most competitive rates combined with expertise in energy efficiency.”

Shane Canavan, Key Account Manager, Energia commented, “We’re delighted to ink this new supply deal with Oxigen. Like over 65,000 other Irish businesses, they are moving to Energia to avail of a really competitively priced energy supply deal.”

“Whether its dual-fuel gas and electricity deals, “green energy” or supplying unmetered electricity to public sector bodies in Ireland, it is easy for Irish businesses to benefit from competitive energy deals with Energia. Added to the price package Energia offer excellent customer service and with Energia On-line, customers can also analyze and interrogate their energy consumption, discover usage patterns and produce reports. This information in turn can be used with another product, the Energia Bureau, to manage energy efficiency projects in the business.”

Energia has a 28% market share of the Irish business electricity and gas market supplying the energy needs of over 65,000 business customers. In addition to 550MW of operational renewable electricity capacity contracted within their energy portfolio, the company also operates a 750MW gas fired power station in north Dublin.

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