An Taoiseach Micheál Martin has praised Enerpower for giving companies the confidence to take bold initiatives when it comes to going green.
Speaking in Killarney at the launch of Ireland’s largest solar PV and heat pump installation, An Taoiseach Micheál Martin said that Enerpower have “ the expertise to move the agenda forward”. This solar PV and heat pump system will reduce Tricels overall environmental impact and displace 357,800kgs of Co2 annually.
Due to Tricel taking initiative they will now reduce their total emissions which equates to 357,800kg of Co2 annually, to put into perspective this is the equivalent of powering 300 homes each year. Tricels heat pumps are expected to generate 51,750kWh of heat per annum whilst also generating 776,000kWh of electricity per year. Commenting on the project’s success, Taoiseach Micheál Martin said “Enerpower expertise, technology, help, and assistance is critical to the achievement that Tricel have pulled off here”.
Speaking about the installation Owen Power, Managing Director of Enerpower said “Enerpower are passionate about pushing the boundaries in sustainable self-sufficiency for the commercial and industrial sectors and we are very proud to have worked on behalf of Tricel to deliver this combined Solar PV and Heat Pump project. Tricel now produces their own electricity whilst also generating their own form of heat. The Enerpower team are delighted to have worked on this project and take great pride in helping companies take the initiative and transition to renewable energy to fulfil their sustainability goals.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin praises the Enerpower team for the hard work and dedication as he says “I just want to thank the entire team at Enerpower for your work and expertise and in moving this agenda forward and giving companies the confidence to take bold initiatives which will make a substantial difference to this country as we go forward”