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Energia serves up tasty energy savings to Supermacs

June 19

Supermacs has signed a major new dual fuel energy supply deal with competitive energy provider Energia.

Energia serves up tasty energy savings to Supermacs

Supermacs, Ireland’s largest indigenous fast food restaurant group, has signed a major new dual fuel energy supply deal with competitive energy provider Energia.

The deal will see Energia provide 20 GWhrs of electricity each year to power all of Supermacs Group’s Irish restaurants. Covering over 100 restaurants across Ireland, the deal also includes the supply of gas to the restaurant chain. 

Commenting on the deal Jarlath O’Dwyer, Supermacs said: “With over 100 restaurants in Ireland, it is crucial that we source a competitive energy partner. Equally we put a high value on quality customer service. We found both with Energia and are happy to sign this dual fuel energy supply deal with them.”

Michael Nugent, Energia commented: “Our ability to offer customers a mix of very competitive rate makes Energia a winning choice for over 60,000 Irish businesses. We are delighted to be signing up this iconic Irish business.”

“Energia also offers excellent customer service and with Energia On-line customers can simply log on to a secure system and get unlimited access to 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. Even better these services are free and secured by a customer’s own password.”

Energia has a 26% market share of the Irish business electricity and gas market supplying the energy needs of over 60,000 business customers. In addition to renewable assets, the company also operates a 750MW gas fired power station in north Dublin.

Energia is also powering Irish homes nationwide in the residential electricity and gas market. Energia’s offer will guarantee consumers savings of up to 15% off standard rates for both gas and electricity.

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