Clearpower wins SEAI Product of the Show and Best Services Provider
03 May 2017
Anthony Mulligan, general manager, Clearpower, with Majella Kelleher, head of energy demand management, SEAI
The Forest to Heat Biomass system designed, supplied and controlled by Clearpower in Tallaght, Dublin, won the overall winner of the Product of the Show Awards at the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) Energy Show at the RDS in April 2017. Clearpower also won the Best Services Provider Award.
Commenting on their success, Anthony Mulligan, general manager of Clearpower, said, “I want to compliment our experienced and dedicated team at Clearpower, who were genuinely hopeful that our well established Forest to Heat Biomass System had the potential to do very well at these Awards. We were absolutely delighted therefore that in a very competitive field our entry picked up, not only the best Service Category Award, but also the overall top accolade of ‘Product of The Show Award’.”
Clearpower’s Forest to Heat Biomass system is a fully customisable heating system for commercial customers. To date, the system has been installed for many well-known end users, including IKEA, BSB Sky, Kelly’s Hotel Rosslare, Brooklodge Hotel, Monart Spa, Dublin’s Charlestown Shopping Centre, UCD, NUIG, OPW, Teagasc and the NHS.
Ciaran Miller, design manager with Clearpower said, “The company’s USP lies in its very holistic approach and by this, I mean that we design, install, fuel and maintain our systems, working with a client from start to finish and beyond. It gives our clients great confidence to know that they are dealing with the same company throughout the entire process and it helps to guarantee optimum performance of both the product and system.”http://www.engineersjournal.ie/2017/05/03/clearpower-wins-seai-product-show-best-services-provider/http://www.engineersjournal.ie/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/clearpower-seai-award-1024x580.jpghttp://www.engineersjournal.ie/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/clearpower-seai-award-300x300.jpgNewsbiomass,renewables,SEAI