Tasty savings for Diep restaurants in dual fuel deal with Energia

September 22

Diep Le Shaker, Diep Noodle Bar and Diep at Home are to benefit from tasty savings on their gas and electricity after switching to competitive energy provider Energia.

The deal sees Energia supplying their discounted dual fuel offering to the group’s Dublin restaurants.

The terms of the deal are providing the Diep Group with significant savings on the group’s gas and electricity costs.  The deal with the Diep group will be worth over €30,000 to Energia, and is set to run for an initial one year period.

The dual fuel deal will see Energia supplying almost a million kWhrs of both electricity and gas to Diep Le Shaker, Pembroke Lane, Diep Noodle Bar in Ranelagh and Diep at Home in Ranelagh and Blackrock.

Commenting on the deal, Linda Byrne, Financial Controller of the Diep Group said: “ "Our focus at Diep is to deliver excellent standards while maintaining very good value for our customers, and to achieve this, we always seek the most cost-effective ways of operating. Energia approached us with very attractive savings on gas and electricity-both of which are crucial to our business. This, coupled with their commitment to supporting renewable energy, made it an easy choice to make"

Gary Ryan, Sales and Marketing Director, Energia commented: “We’re delighted to be signing up Diep to our increasingly popular dual fuel offering. Diep are like many Irish businesses who are deciding to switch their gas and electricity supplier in order to access significant cost savings.”

He continued, “Energia’s competitive dual fuel offering can make a real difference to businesses’ bottom line. Building on our 25% share of the business electricity market, Energia is now making major moves in the business gas market.”

Energia has a 25% market share of the business electricity market on an all–island basis with over 50,000 customers. Energia’s power stations at Huntstown in Dublin have the capability to supply up to 17% of Ireland’s electricity requirements on an all-island basis. The company also supplies over 20% of all gas consumed in Ireland by the country’s business gas users.

Energia has offices in Dublin, Galway, Cork, Belfast and Omagh.

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