Enda Gunnell

Pinergy launches energy services division

Enda Gunnell, Pinergy Energy Services

31 October 2017

Pinergy has announced the establishment of an energy services division dedicated to providing both domestic and business customers with a range of solutions using solar energy, wind energy, heat pumps, LED lighting and refrigeration systems.

The company has also expanded its energy advisory team to work with customers to recommend solutions for reducing waste or lowering carbon emissions.

All technology solutions can be provided with 100% funding, allowing payments from energy savings over a long-term contract.

Included among the current range of technology partners are clean tech firm Airsynergy; Solar Electric; heat pump provider Glenergy; geothermal systems and electric vehicle charging company CHP; and energy consultancy business Get Solutions.

For LED lighting and retrofits, Pinergy has teamed up with GE Lighting and distributor MCL Lighting.

Enda Gunnell, CEO, Pinergy (pictured), said: We are seeing real traction in demand for more innovative and energy efficient solutions to meet the needs of both homes and businesses. The launch of our new energy services business now strongly positions Pinergy as the go-to energy supplier for advice and customised energy solutions and we are very proud of the strong set of energy technology partners that we are now building out.

“Extending Pinergy’s smart meter-based offering into the SME sector and micro-sectors such as dairy farming, fast food restaurants and property management businesses has also proved fruitful.

“Our energy supply and services offering allows businesses eliminate administrative costs in their business, manage risks associated with energy consumption, budget with certainty, and use real time information about their consumption to enable change and better manage and reduce their energy costs.”

Pinergy has more than 35,000 customers and is forecasting further growth within the SME market through a portfolio of smart energy solutions and advisory services.

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