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Solar PV Podcast With Pinergy SolarElectric

On this week’s podcast, we had the pleasure of speaking with Michael Norton, Head of Commercial Sales at Pinergy SolarElectric.

Michael has extensive international experience in the renewable energy field and has a track record of achieving results and carrying out his duties to a high standard across the energy sector. He has worked for Pinergy SolarElectric for the past year, heading their commercial sales of Solar PV across Ireland.

Pinergy SolarElectric is the leading commercial and domestic Solar PV company in Ireland. With the cost of more traditional methods of power becoming more and more expensive, renewable solutions such as those offered by Pinergy SolarElectric are becoming ever more popular. Solar PV is a great way to bring clean renewable energy into your home or business and promote a more sustainable future in Ireland.

In this podcast hosted by our Council CEO Máirtín Breathnach, Michael discusses the benefits that Solar PV can have for both homes and businesses across the country.

Michael highlights how it is not only homes that can benefit from Solar PV, but large businesses and organisations such as local authorities and county councils. By investing in renewable energy sources, these businesses can benefit from long-term cost reduction and a more sustainable business model.

Furthermore, Michael discusses the growing need to combat the climate crisis and the role that every person and business has in this in Ireland. He outlines how Pinergy SolarEnergy can assist in a seamless transition from traditional power sources to renewable sources.

To find our more about Pinergy SolarElectric, please see their website. Click here to listen to the podcast on Spotify and here to listen on Soundcloud. Subsribe for more podcasts with industry representatives throughout Ireland and be sure to follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram for the latest information, intelligence and news on Local authorities & Government in Ireland.

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