26th August 2016
Irish energy supplier Naturgy has again achieved a 100% Renewable Electricity rating for all electricity supplied to its customers according to the latest Fuel Mix and CO2 Emissions report by the Commission for Energy Regulation, the industry regulator.
In 2012, Naturgy became the first energy supply company in the Republic of Ireland to ensure its entire supply of electricity to Customers was 100% attributed to renewable sources.
In terms of CO2 emissions, the report shows that Naturgy achieved a rating of zero tonnes CO2 per megawatt hour supplied and is the only ‘All-Island’ supplier to achieve a 100% renewable electricity rating.
Commenting on the results, Liam Faulkner, Chief Operating Officer of Naturgy said “Environmental considerations are playing a greater role when businesses purchase electricity – across both the private and public sectors. Access to renewable electricity is becoming a very important issue as companies look to minimise their carbon footprint and limit the environmental impact of their activities. Naturgy helps customers reduce their costs through efficiency measures and sensible procurement strategies all the while supplying 100% renewable-sourced electricity.