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Re-energise your business with Energia at the 2016 Energy Show

April 06

Competitive energy provider Energia will be re-energising Irish businesses this week with a range of energy efficiency ideas the 2016 Energy Show.

Re-energise your business with Energia at the 2016 Energy Show

6th April 2016 – Competitive energy provider Energia will be re-energising Irish businesses this week with a range of energy efficiency ideas the 2016 Energy Show.
 
Some of Ireland’s leading energy efficiency systems for business are on display at the Energia stand at this year’s show. Our energy efficiency partners will be delighted to talk you through the latest in energy efficiency systems, equipment and training.
 
Energia will also discuss ways in which they can help you finance your project with a grant of up to 30%.
 
Energia is offering businesses funding for their energy efficiency projects, helping them to realise even greater savings by using cutting edge technology. The scheme provides businesses with funding for up to 30% of the cost of energy saving projects. Replacing lighting, upgrading heating systems and refrigeration, variable speed drives and air compressors are all part of the funding scheme.
 
Not only will your business benefit from the funding provided by Energia but with the additional cost savings from the reduction in energy usage, these projects can literally pay for themselves.
 
The typical savings that can be achieved for each project are:
 
1. Lighting: Reduce your lighting costs by up to 75% by switching to LED.
2. Heating: Installing modern controls may save at least 25% of annual heating costs.
3. Refrigeration: Upgrading refrigeration can bring savings of up to 30%.
 
In addition, Energia will also provide expertise and assistance with implementing your project. Whether you are installing the project yourself or you require assistance from our carefully selected group of partners, Energia can help to get your project underway with safety and quality at the core.
 
Full details of this offer for any business can be found on www.energia.ie/funding
 
Cormac Mannion, Energy Services Manager, Energia commented: “We are looking forward to re-energising Irish businesses attitudes to energy efficiency at this year’s event. We are looking forward to sharing our considerable expertise in the area of energy efficiency training. We have helped to boost many businesses’ competitiveness by giving them the knowledge and tools that help them save money by reducing their energy consumption.”
 
“There are also valuable environmental benefits for businesses - by reducing their usage by 10%, each company will significantly reduce their annual CO2 emissions.”
 
“Energy efficiency can start with simple low cost initiatives such as staff awareness days and for some companies a complete business wide process has been implemented, including reviewing purchasing processes, conducting an energy audit, implementing staff training and awareness programmes.”
 
“Energia customers with online metering can analyse their data to identify where they can alter their processes to make better use of lower cost night energy. By conducting a simple energy audit and by introducing various low cost ways of installing materials and equipment, a decrease in energy bills is easily achievable. Even by switching off lights when not in use or remembering to power off your PC in the evenings instead of leaving it on standby can lead to substantial saving on your energy bill.”
 
Energia’s web site (www.energia.ie) contains information on how to conduct a simple self audit and detailed information on energy efficiency in business.
 
Energia has a 26% market share of the Irish business electricity and gas market supplying the energy needs of over 60,000 business customers.
 
Energia is also powering Irish homes nationwide in the residential electricity and gas market. Energia’s dual fuel offer will guarantee consumers savings of up to 15% off standard rates.
 
Energia has offices in Dublin, Galway, Cork, Belfast and Omagh.

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