Pinergy Gears For Growth With Establishment of New Energy Services Business
Pinergy, the smart energy provider, has announced the establishment of a new Energy Services division that is dedicated to providing both domestic and business customers with a range of energy efficient technology solutions. As part of this latest strategic move, Pinergy has partnered with some of Ireland’s most innovative energy technology providers that support a range of solutions including solar energy, wind energy, heat pumps, LED lighting and refrigeration energy systems.
Pinergy is underpinning each of its partner technologies with smart energy management software that provides customers with greater insight into their energy consumption through user friendly dashboard presentation screens. Based on these insights, customers can take actions to reduce usage and create savings. Pinergy has also expanded its energy advisory team to work with existing and prospective customers on a one-to-one basis to recommend the best solution to meet their specific energy objectives, be that reducing energy waste, promoting energy efficiency 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 portfolio of energy technology partners signed up to support the new Pinergy Energy Services business are Airsynergy, a Dublin headquartered clean tech firm, which designs and manufactures micro-turbine technology harnessing wind and solar energy; Solar Electric, Ireland’s leading solar PV company, Glenergy, a provider of energy efficient technology covering heat pumps, CHP, geothermal systems and electric vehicle charging, and Get Solutions, an energy consultancy business, providing intelligent energy monitoring and management services. For the provision of LED Lighting technology and LED retrofits that achieve savings of up to 80% on running costs, Pinergy has teamed up with GE Lighting and local distributor, MCL Lighting.
Commenting on this latest development, Enda Gunnell, CEO of Pinergy, said: “2017 has been a milestone year for Pinergy in scaling the business. 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.”
He continued: “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 also stated its continued commitment to roll out smart meters and innovative smart services to both domestic and business customers. The company currently has over 35,000 customers and is forecasting further growth within the SME market with its latest expanding portfolio of smart energy solutions and advisory services.
Photographed announcing the establishment of Pinergy’s new Energy Services division and its various energy industry partners are from left to right: Padraig McLoughlin, chief executive officer at MCL Lighting, Charlie Grendon, managing director at Get Solutions, Alan Keyes, director of sales and marketing at Glenergy, Enda Gunnell, chief executive officer at Pinergy, Robert Goss, director at Solar Electric, and Rod Baldwin, director of sales at Airsynergy. Photographer: Shane O’Neill.