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Go Power's energetic approach to its markets

Published 27/10/2015

A 'Go' brand petrol station in Belfast
A 'Go' brand petrol station in Belfast

Cookstown-based company Go Power (recently rebranded from LCC Power) is forging ahead in the energy market.

As part of a new tie-in with Ulster Rugby, the gas and electricity supplier saw its logo prominently displayed on Ulster jerseys for the first time in August at the Kingspan Stadium in Belfast.

The family-run firm, part of the overall LCC Group, now enjoys around 20% market share in the Northern Ireland energy market.

The company is enjoying a period of continuous growth within its gas and electricity provision. It is also continuing to grow its 'Go' brand of petrol stations, with more than 35 stations across Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Go Power, which supplies electricity exclusively to the business market, boasts some of Northern Ireland's biggest companies and government contracts, including Bombardier, Fane Valley, Moy Park, SDC Trailers and Northern Ireland's 'super councils'.

The company has recently extended its workforce in order to maintain its high standard of service provision.

The achievements of Go Power, combined with a growing portfolio of business power supply contracts, show massive progress, given the fact that the company only began trading (as LCC Power) in Northern Ireland in April 2012.

The LCC Group, which incorporates a range of businesses - including Go Power under the LCC banner, was established in 1986, and is the leading solid and liquid fuel importer and distributor in Ireland.

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