Cylon Active Energy, the new energy management division of Cylon Group, one of Ireland’s leading providers of energy management services, has been presented with the Sustainable Energy Innovation Award at the recent Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland 2011 Annual Awards. The Sustainable Energy Awards honour individuals and organisations that demonstrate excellence in the management and use of energy and who are committed to more sustainable energy practices.
Cylon Active Energy provides comprehensive energy management services to large corporations and SMEs in the UK, Ireland and across Europe. Clients include: University College Dublin, Dublin City Council, Superquinn, Enterprise Ireland, Forfas, Manchester Metropolitan, Raleigh Convention Centre North Carolina and Microsoft.
“Efficient energy management is becoming a priority for businesses due to growing regulatory requirements and increasing energy costs,” comments Sean Giblin, managing director of Cylon Group. “Cylon’s unique cloud based real-time energy management technology allows us to centrally monitor and analyse our clients’ energy consumption from our Dublin-based Energy Bureau in Clonshaugh. Our engineers determine the efficiency of the building, identify areas for improvement and make recommendations to clients in order to maximise efficiency, reduce overall energy consumption, carbon footprint and drive energy savings.”
Pictured at the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland 2011 Annual Awards were L-R: Brendan Halligan, chairman of SEAI; Sean Giblin, manging director of Cylon Group; Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Pat Rabbitte TD; Nicola Dunne, general manager of Cylon Active Energy; and Brid Horan, executive director of ESB Electric Ireland.