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Northern exposure helps CGE Cool Power to increase sales

For Dublin company CGE Cool Power, sales to theNorthern Ireland market account for 30 per cent of revenues. The green start-up, acquired recently by Coolair Green Energy (CGE), hopes to increase sales north of the border, further using a CGE-owned di

14th March, 2009

For Dublin company CGE Cool Power, sales to theNorthern Ireland market account for 30 per cent of revenues. The green start-up, acquired recently by Coolair Green Energy (CGE), hopes to increase sales north of the border, further using a CGE-owned distribution centre based in Derry.

‘‘There is a lot of interest in renewable energy in Northern Ireland, backed up by good incentives from the British government,” said SimonO’Brien, director, CGECool Power.

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