Utility firm charging ahead with bid to turn country smart

Utility firm charging ahead with bid to turn country smart

Pinergy, the fledgling utility company backed by rugby star Paul O’Connell, is putting over €6 million into trebling its market and rolling out smarthome style super meters.

The company, founded by former Mazars partner Enda Gunnell, is moving beyond its pay-as-you-go niche and launching a full assault on the core domestic electricity market in October, ahead of the winter surge in demand.

“We’re trying to put a completely different proposition into the market place. So...

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