Mothercare goes green

March 29

Mothercare, Ireland’s leading maternity and nursing retail outlet has moved its electricity supply to green renewable energy with Energia in a renewed supply deal.

Mothercare goes green

Under the terms of the renewed deal, Energia will supply electricity to 22 Mothercare sites including St. Stephen’s Green, Carrickmines, Blanchardstown Shopping Centre, Eyre Square, Crescent Shopping Centre Limerick, Mahon Point Cork and M1 Retail Park Drogheda, in a deal worth over €300k.

Added to this deal, Mothercare have added to their CSR values by choosing to use green renewable energy from Energia. Energia have contracted 25% of all wind energy generated in Ireland making it the single largest source of green power.

Laura Ward of Mothercare commented, “We are delighted to renew our supply deal with Energia and achieve further cost savings for Mothercare sites across Ireland. We have been with Energia since 2010 and value their competitive priced energy and high quality customer service. With families at the heart of our business helping to protect them through choosing renewable electricity and thus protecting the environment for our future enhances our brand values”.

Karen O’Brien, Key Account Manager, Energia commented: “Energia supplies over one-third of Irish shops with electricity, so choosing to renew their supply contract with us is a natural decision for huge numbers of Irish retailers like Mothercare. Our energy efficiency expertise is able to provide all Irish businesses with easy-to-use advice on how to reduce their energy consumption, saving them money. Added to our very attractive price package, we offer excellent customer service and with Energia On-line customers like Mothercare can also analyze and interrogate their energy consumption, discover usage patterns and produce reports”.

Energia has a 28% market share of the Irish business electricity and gas market supplying the energy needs of over 65,000 business customers, including over one in every three shops.

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