Low Carbon Energy to expand into Ireland
The Low Carbon Energy Company, winner of the Red Rose Awards Green Business of the Year, is taking its services international.This autumn, the company will open a base in Galway to offer its range of low carbon technologies to the Irish market.
Low Carbon managing director, Ged Ennis, said: "It’s been something we have been looking at for a couple of years and having investigated the market and the opportunities we felt now was the right time."Ireland has not adopted a great deal of solar, they have tended to invest in wind so far, but we feel that is about to change.
"In addition the introduction of our infrared heating offer and with the imminent release of our battery storage systems we know that our suite of services is a perfect fit for the Irish as well as UK markets."The company's UK turnover has trebled this year and will use the momentum to assist continued growth moving into Ireland will contribute to that growth.
Carbon and cost reduction are becoming more and more important to commercial and domestic customers alike throughout Europe. Low Carbon has strong contacts in the Ireland, going back 26 years. Ged added: "Galway is a fantastic place with a great entreprenurial spirit so it seemed a logical progression for our growing business to expand into the area. These are exciting times for our business and we are looking forward to continued growth in both UK and Irish markets."