Energia offers reduced energy bills for Early Childhood Ireland members

David Baker
by David Baker on 10th September, 2014

In a move that will benefit education and childcare providers around Ireland, Energia and Early Childhood Ireland have agreed a deal to help lower their energy bills.

The CEO of Early Childhood Ireland is Teresa Heeney, she explained: “Managing energy costs is key to a sustainable and efficient business and this partnership with Energia is both financially and environmentally rewarding for our hard working members.”

Early Childhood Ireland is an organisation with around 3,400 professional members who work in the childcare sector; collectively they look after 100,000 children through nurseries, after school clubs and full wrap-around care centres.

The group’s reach is not limited to one particular location and every community in Ireland receives their support. Mike Nugent, Regional Sales Manager of Energia said of the deal: “With over 60,000 business customers in the energy market in Ireland, Energia is actively committed to developing great value offers with a wide range of trade associations and groups.

Energia has created a number of affinity deals that provide members of the groups with preferential group rates.” The Irish energy provider has increasingly built up their share of the gas and electricity market, and currently boasts over 60,000 commercial customers.

As well as their renewable energy resources, the operation also runs a 750MW gas fired power station in Dublin. The gas and electricity supplier has only recently started to serve residential homes in the Republic of Ireland, with their entry to the domestic market occurring in January this year.

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