Musgrave Group has chosen Electric Ireland to supply its energy requirements for the next two years. The new contract, which is valued at approximately €15 million, is based on the supply of 100% renewable energy. Electric Ireland Energy Services will also provide energy efficiency audit support to assist Musgrave in achieving its ISO 50001 Energy Management Standard.
The contract will see Electric Ireland provide approximately 66 GWh per annum to 48 Musgrave sites throughout the Island of Ireland, including 39 stores in the Republic and nine sites inNorthern Ireland. This is the first time that Musgrave’s depots and owned stores have aligned themselves with an Irish electricity provider for 100% renewable energy supply.
Tony Dunlea, Head of Industrial & Commercial Sales at Electric Ireland, says: “Energy efficiency is important to Musgrave and we are looking forward to providing them energy efficiency audit support and helping to drive cost-savings and energy efficiency for them in the months to come. We are always looking for ways to differentiate ourselves and provide the best possible value and service for our customers. We feel this contract is testament to our competitive pricing, flexible energy procurement product, positive customer relationships, and value added services.”
John Curran, Musgrave Group Environmental Executive, says: “This year looks set to be another busy one for us and our retailers. Our focus is to procure energy in a way that delivers savings and we feel we are getting this with Electric Ireland.”
John Curran (centre), Musgrave Group Environmental Executive, pictured with Tony Dunlea (left), Manager I&C Products & Sales at Electric Ireland, and John Drinan (right), Customer Relationship Manager at Electric Ireland.