UrbanVolt’s eco vision powers it ahead of market

UrbanVolt had a problem: it was growing. The Dublin-based energy efficiency business was seeing increased demand for its services, but meeting that demand and remaining eco-friendly was a challenge

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
27th October, 2019
Graham Deane, co-founder of Urban Volt. Picture: Fergal Phillips

UrbanVolt had a problem: it was growing. The Dublin-based energy efficiency business was seeing increased demand for its services, but meeting that demand and remaining eco-friendly was a challenge.

Typically dealing with large companies, UrbanVolt provides services including lighting, air management and solar panelling. The firm began life as a ‘light as a service’ company which installed LED lights in its clients’ premises. Those clients were then billed for the power they used on a...

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