Ireland's Greenest Energy Supplier
The Energia Renewables business owns and operates 277MW of wind assets and purchases electricity from 1,274MW of renewable generation capacity throughout Ireland. The Group also purchases electricity under long-term off-take Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) contracts with third party renewable generators and the Group’s owned renewable assets through its Customer Solutions businesses.
This is one of the highest volumes of green energy MW production on the island of Ireland for a supplier - supplying approximately 21% of Ireland’s total wind power.
Read more about our green credentials here.
We’re also engaged in a wide range of projects including bio-energy, energy storage and solar energy.
Through our strategic initiatives and our investments, we are decisively addressing the challenges of energy provision in a world that is grappling with climate change.
We’re proud to say that we have won many awards for our green credentials where, for the past 5 years, we have provided customers with electrical energy that is 100% renewable. This year we were crowned Winners of the Green Energy Provider Award at the Green Energy Awards.
We’re now further expanding these interests by investing in offshore wind farms and solar projects which will add further to our renewable energy portfolio, creating even further sustainability throughout our business and onwards to our customer base.
We are proud to say that Energia were awarded as the 2020 Winner of The Green Energy Provider Award, making us the coveted winner of this title, 2nd year in a row! We're particularly proud to receive this award given the new projects commenced and announcements Energia Group have made within the last year - including our Positive Energy Investment and the numerous other new projects spanning Onshore and Offshore Wind, Smart Batteries, Hydrogen Energy and Solar to name a few.
Our expert teams across Renewables, Energy Services and Marketing have been working collaboritively to bring to life the Energia Group vision focused on modernising the utility landscape, which will help to largely mitigate carbon emissions on the island of Ireland.