Energia wins contract to supply power to schools

Energia wins contract to supply power to schools

Energia has won a public tender for electricity supply to more than 1,000 Irish schools.

The value of the contract is estimated to be in the region of €4.5m.

The independent energy provider expects to supply more than 32 gigawatt hours of electricity to power the schools throughout Ireland in the coming year.

Alan Mulcahy, Business Markets Manager, Energia said: "Energia is delighted to secure this major contract win. As well as supplying over 65,000 Irish businesses, Energia powers Irish schools, local authorities and many other public bodies, bringing to them the benefits of lower priced electricity."

Energia has a 28% market share of the Irish business electricity and gas market.

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