Schrader Electronics goes green with Power NI

Friday, November 22, 2013

Power NI, Northern Ireland’s leading electricity supplier with over 30,000 business customers, recently announced a contract success with Schrader Electronics.

Power NI, Northern Ireland’s leading electricity supplier with over 30,000 business customers, recently announced a contract success with Schrader Electronics. Power NI has signed a deal to supply the Antrim and Carrickfergus sites of the automotive electronics manufacturer with ‘green’ electricity from renewable energy sources. Schrader Electronics is the global leader in the design and manufacture of tyre pressure sensing technologies. The company has operated out of Antrim Technology Park since 1988 and Trooperslane Industrial Estate since 2004, developing two 50,000 square feet manufacturing facilities alongside Research & Development facilities. Recent success has allowed the business to expand and Schrader now employs over 1000 people in Northern Ireland. Power NI has a heritage going back 80 years and even after a decade of competition is still the largest supplier in Northern Ireland. With recent changes in the electricity market, Power NI is ‘back in the game’ offering larger users like Schrader ‘tailor-made’ packages that are even more competitive than before. Alan Egner, Commercial Sales and Marketing Manager at Power NI commented: "Topping the agenda for companies in these tough economic times is their impact on the environment and the need to cut costs where possible. At Power NI, we offer tailored contracts to businesses, supplying ‘green’ energy produced from renewable sources, which not only helps companies improve their profits but also boost their green credentials." Paul Gardner, Manufacturing Director at Schrader Electronics commented: "Reducing our impact on the environment is very important to our business and we require an energy supplier we know and trust. The ‘green’ energy contract with Power NI means bigger cost savings as well as reducing our carbon footprint. "Over 1,000 businesses have switched back to Power NI in the last year, which we believe is a result of our long standing commitment to our customers, offering products and services that suit their business needs and which more importantly, save them money" added Alan Egner. To find out how Power NI can help your business save energy and money, log on to www.powerni.co.uk/business or call the Power NI Customer Helpline on 08457 455 455 (lines open Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm).

  Power NI Alan Egner with Paul Gardner Electronics Green Contract

Switched on to ‘green’ energy: Paul Gardner, Manufacturing Director at Schrader Electronics (left) joins Alan Egner, Commercial Sales and Marketing Manager at Power NI. Power NI has secured a contract with Schrader to supply its sites in Antrim and Carrickfergus with ‘green’ electricity from renewable energy sources.