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Minister opens Electric Ireland offices

By Staff Reporter

Published 09/02/2016

Jonathan Bell with ESB chairperson Ellvena Graham and chief executive Pat O'Doherty
Jonathan Bell with ESB chairperson Ellvena Graham and chief executive Pat O'Doherty

Electric Ireland — one of the most recent entrants to the domestic energy market in the province — has unveiled its new offices in Belfast.

Enterprise Minister Jonathan Bell officially opened the new premises at 1 Cromac Quay in the Gasworks.

It’s the home of Electric Ireland’s customer service centre and marketing and business development in Northern Ireland. 

Commercial property agents CBRE found the office for the company, which is part of ESB. 

Speaking at the official opening Pat O’Doherty, chief executive ESB, said: “We have been supplying electricity to businesses in Northern Ireland for 16 years.

“It is wonderful to bring a similar service to the residential market. 

“Today the groundwork comes to fruition as we officially open our new home in Belfast, bringing our residential and business teams together under one roof from which we will fulfil our ambition to provide competitive products and simple ways to make life better for businesses and homes alike,” he added.

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