Enerpower, the Waterford-based Renewable Energy Company is planning to expand over the coming three years in response to the growing demand for renewable energy solutions. This will see them hiring 100 new staff over that period.
Owen Power, MD, Enerpower, said:
“As more and more organisations start taking climate change and energy security more seriously we are seeing both our market and our business grow. So, that is why we are looking to expand our workforce – the demand is there.”
Founded in 2008 Enerpower provides sustainable energy solutions including Biomass, Solar and Wind generation and Heat Pumps. Its clients include:
- Lidl Stores – 14 stores in 2021 with further store in 2022
- Eli Lilly
- KepakCJ Sheeran
- Tesco – Multiple Sites
- Flahavans Oats
- Sam Denningan
- Virgin Media – Multiple Sites
- Wicklow County Council Carport
Enerpower believes companies can make reduce energy costs by up to 50%. This is achieved through reducing energy usage on-site and/or through implementing renewable energy technologies. At the same time, companies get the bonus of reducing their carbon footprint and securing energy supplies for the long term.
Successful candidates will be working on cutting edge renewable energy projects, working with Leading National and International brands and helping companies transition towards energy self-sufficiency and zero carbon.
The first batch of roles includes a number of important engineering positions. For those interested in joining the Enerpower team, details are available on their website for review. Applicants can apply via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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