BWG Foods has signed a contract with Electric Ireland to supply electricity to over 1,100 BWG Foods retail units across Ireland.
The deal, which runs to March 2022, will supply electricity to convenience retail brands including Spar, Mace, Eurospace, XL and Londis stores, alongside BWG Foods’ 240,000 sq. ft national distribution centre in Kilcarbery, Dublin. The agreement will see the supply of approximately 170m kWh of electricity per annum to BWG Foods retailers across Ireland.
Dermot McArdle, Head of Business Markets at Electric Ireland, said: “This significant agreement recognises Electric Ireland’s position as the smarter choice for business electricity and demonstrates our versatility to manage large contracts for retailers and franchises throughout Ireland. Electric Ireland is fully committed to providing our customers with the most relevant, affordable and flexible energy solutions across electricity and gas.”
Willie O’Byrne, Managing Director, BWG Foods, said: “Electric Ireland has a proven track record in delivering energy services for our retail outlets across Ireland. A contract of this size across our five flagship convenience stores Spar, Mace, Eurospar, XL and Londis until 2022 demonstrates our confidence in the advice and innovative services that Electric Ireland provides.”
Electric Ireland’s business markets unit supplies, and provides expert advice on, electricity, gas and innovative energy services for businesses in Ireland from large users of energy like manufacturing plants and datacentres through to medium sized operations and small businesses. Electric Ireland works with organisations from a variety of sectors including pharmaceutical, manufacturing, tech, food and hospitality to provide flexible and affordable energy solutions.