Wednesday June 3, 2020

Sustainability in Business: Energia introduces new ‘Cash for Kilowatts’ scheme

With nearly three quarters of its energy generated from renewable sources, Energia is one of Ireland's greenest energy providers.

1st March, 2015
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Geoff Codd, marketing manager at Energia

Energia Renewables has invested over €270 million in wind farms since 2008 and currently has projects in development that will generate over 300 megawatts (MW) of renewable electricity.

“Energia has consistently set high sustainability targets,” said Geoff Codd, marketing manager at Energia.

“We were delighted to be named the greenest energy supplier on the island of Ireland, among the leading larger suppliers, according to the Commission for Energy Regulation’s most recent report (2012) on fuel-mix...

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