Return to news section

Green Harbour opens Ireland’s first interactive energy showroom powered by Calor BioLPG

Green Harbour, an energy solutions firm, has opened Ireland’s first interactive showroom in Edenderry, Co. Offaly. The Calor BioLPG customer will create up to 120 new jobs through this new innovative 10,000 sq. ft energy showroom in the former Rationale Manufacturing facility on St. Francis Street in Edenderry town.

Home and business owners will be given the opportunity to interact with a large array of energy saving technology, including a Calor BioLPG tank, high-quality modern gas boilers and Calor LPG and BioLPG patio cylinders.

The Green Harbour showroom, which has opened its doors, in adherence to public health guidelines, will allow customers to view the latest technology in energy saving. Customers can learn about the most sustainable options to suit their individual needs, making it the one-stop-shop solution for those who are looking for sustainable solutions. The showroom is focussed on both the needs of individual homeowners and developers looking to plan a housing project. A miniature house has been built to enable visitors to view various energy efficient technologies and a working Calor BioLPG Tank can be viewed onsite too.

Green Harbour provides a large range of energy savings products and services, including advice on energy bills, BER inspections and SEAI grant processing. They will also supply and install a range of different energy efficient products including Calor LPG tanks, solar panels, an array of energy efficient windows and doors, and a selection of top industry insulation products and LED lighting. Visitors attending the centre can expect to see live demonstrations of the technology in action.

The showroom will have experts on hand, including highly trained SEAI technical advisors to answer all questions about making your home more sustainable and energy efficient. Whether it’s a new build project, a change in supplier, or the installation of a modern Worcester Bosch gas boiler or Calor LPG tank, the Green Harbour team will answer all your questions. The team will provide a full custom-made road map to suit your individual projects.

Depending on the project size, Green Harbour will work with home and business owners over the course of the project to bring premises up to the SEAI standard mark of BER2 rating, whilst ensuring the least financial burden and the least fuss and disturbance to your home. Green Harbour will fully quote, finance, supply, fit and project manage the retrofit. The team’s experts will provide details on how to maximise the available and suitable government grants whilst providing full transparency relating to pay-back on your investment directly linked to energy savings.

Green Harbour surveyed customers and found a particular interest to establish the company in the midland’s town, as awareness and incentive grows for energy efficient technology as part of the Edenderry Carbon Challenge, aiming to make Edenderry a Green Hub/Smart Grid town.

Committed to sustainability, Green Harbour selected Calor’s BioLPG, a 100% renewable gas, to power the new interactive showroom. Calor BioLPG is exclusively available in Ireland from Calor and can reduce a business’s carbon emission by 50% and will help improve your BER rating.

Green Harbour is open now. For more information about the new Green Harbour showroom, phone (046) 970 1900 or visit the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/GreenHarbourIreland or visit the website at http://greenharbour.ie/.


09/07/2021 • Latest news

Kingspan partner with Calor to reduce carbon emissions across manufacturing sites

Kingspan, the global leader in advanced insulation and building envelope solutions, has announced…

Go to article

01/07/2020

Caravan and Camping Season 2020 Kicks Off

There was an audible sigh of relief from camping enthusiasts when the Government announced that campsites could re-open. 

Camping enthusiasts live for the weekend and to travel the highways of our island to see all that the country has to offer.  While the camping season would normally start…

Go to article