Commercial energy supplier, Vayu, has announced that it has changed its name to Naturgy as part of a global rebrand. The company, who supplies energy services to the Irish and the UK markets, is part of Gas Natural Fenosa (GNF) which has announced that it is to change its name to Naturgy.
Naturgy (formerly GNF) is a multinational group that operates in more than 30 countries globally, serving over 23 million customers, with 15.4 GW installed power generation capacity and a diversified electricity generation mix. In Ireland, the company works with companies from all across the country including Bulmers, Dublin Airport Authority and Irish Rail.
Welcoming the announcement, Liam Faulkner, Chief Operating Officer of Naturgy, said: “This marks a very exciting time for the company as we align with our parent company. The name change to Naturgy marks a new international brand across all markets and will lend fresh impetus to address commitments and challenges into the future.”
“Though we will be operating under a new name from today, our customers can be assured they will continue to receive the reliable energy sources and expert advice which we pride ourselves on and our customers rely on.”
“We are focused on continuing to provide consistency in the way we work with our customers, clarity on all projects we manage and commitment to meet the energy needs of our customers”, Mr Faulkner concluded.
Naturgy employs 50 people in Dublin and has a 20% market share in the industrial and commercial gas market. The company is the only all island supplier recognised by the Commission for Regulation of Utilities as providing customers with 100% green electricity.