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ELECTRIC IRELAND WORKING WITH FRONTLINE ENERGY TO SUPPORT IRISH SME’S 

Frontline Energy in partnership with Electric Ireland are providing Irish SMEs with Energy Efficiency advice and project support in the drive to reduce energy consumption in Ireland. Electric Ireland is now part funding energy saving projects through the Energy Efficiency Obligation Scheme.  

The Energy Efficiency Obligation Scheme (EEOS) is being implemented pursuant to the Energy Efficiency Directive 2012, Article 7.  The purpose is to drive support for Energy Efficiency works -  Frontline Energy provides support by identifying energy saving opportunities for your building and business. 

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How we streamline your business into taking control of your energy costs:

Step 1: The first step for helping you reduce your energy costs is for Frontline to get a full understanding of your energy usage, challenges, sources and costs.

Step 2:  A baseline of your energy is established to ensure monitoring of energy savings is possible. The Frontline Energy will outline a variety of improvement plans for your building or business, including immediate wins all the way through to larger projects and everything in between.

Step 3: Based on the plan of action, Frontline’s Smart Energy team will Design, Project Manage and Commission the preferred energy efficiency plan of action.

Step 4: Frontline’s Smart Energy Team will provide ongoing energy monitoring and support to ensure your consumption and costs are effectively controlled, ensuring your business remains competitive.

David Connolly, CEO Frontline Energy commented: 

“Energy efficiency projects are testament to Irish business actively engaging on energy measures that are both good for the bottom line, and good for the environment. Frontline continues to work hard for Irish business in these really important areas. Our most recent engagement will save the client €2.4m over 8 years, with a capex of €210k.”

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